Has 2020’s spike in support for Black-owned business carried through to the holidays?

Click here to view original web page at www.marketplace.org At the height of the Black Lives Matter protests that followed the killing of George Floyd in May of this year, there was a big push on social media for consumers

Community support, Black Lives Matter movement have helped local Black-owned businesses

WESTCHESTER, N.Y. – At the start of 2020, Vivian C. Mackenzie had big plans for her small business. Mackenzie, the owner of Kathleen’s Tea Room in Peekskill, New York – known for its afternoon tea service featuring scones and finger

‘People need to see someone who looks like them’: why it’s important to support black-owned businesses

Ladi Kazeem never really stops working. The 30-year-old entrepreneur wakes up at 6am and doesn’t stop trading vintage T-shirts until he goes back to bed. “If you post a picture on Instagram, the British will see it when you’re awake,

LeBron James to Co-Produce ‘Dreamland’ Documentary on Black Wall Street

‘ SpringHill Company is partnering with CNN Films to create a documentary about Black Wall Street and the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre entitled DREAMLAND: The Rise and Fall of Black Wall Street. James will serve as an executive producer on

Despite Arson Attempt, Black Coffee Northwest Brings Black-Owned Business and Awareness to Shoreline

Click here to view original web page at southseattleemerald.com by Alexa Peters In Shoreline, only 5.9% of the population identifies as Black. Yet with the opening of the new coffee shop and community hub Black Coffee Northwest, Shoreline happens to

10 black-owned fashion brands to support instead of Dolls Kill

Alternative fashion store Dolls Kill is currently being boycotted due to an insensitive post from the founder appearing to support police brutality. This isn’t the first time they’ve had claims of racism against them, though, as the company has had

Introducing the Etsy for black-owned businesses

“A lot of people want to support black-owned businesses but it’s difficult to find them. It’s obvious this platform was needed.” With black and ethnic minority workers facing a Covid unemployment crisis, many of us want to do more to

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