Aspiring entrepreneurs go through a business program, hoping to receive a $10,000 loan.

This documentary examines the lives of several Clarkston, GA micro-entrepreneurs hoping to start their own businesses. The film takes the viewer into the homes of the aspiring entrepreneurs, many of whom are refugees, hoping to start a new life in America. The story culminates with 2-3 participants receiving a financial loan of up to $10,000 to help start-up their business. 

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