Bay Area Chef Launches Black-Owned Food Collective and Market in West Oakland

Bay Area chef Reign Free, founder of The Red Door Catering, launched an incubator for Black-owned food and beverage makers in West Oakland today called the Black Culinary Collective. Members will share a fully-equipped commercial kitchen to create their wares and sell

Coronavirus relief fund in Oregon meant to help Black-owned businesses exclusively

COVID-19 has proven to be an equal opportunity menace, killing people of all races and ethnicities. Government shutdowns put in place to slow its spread have hurt small businesses in every corner of America, but in Oregon, the state legislature

8 Black women-owned businesses to support this holiday season

Hope Lehman is well aware of the data on Black women entrepreneurs like herself. “We are the fastest-growing group of business owners in the United States but are the least capitalized, with some of the lowest employee numbers and average

25 Holiday Gift Ideas That Support Minority-Owned Businesses

This year thousands of small businesses have struggled through the effects of COVID-19, yet none more so than minority-owned businesses. A new survey by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce found more minority-owned small businesses fear permanent closure than non-minority owned

Asheville goes from ‘race-neutral’ to ‘race-conscious’ business policy; Black businesses had 0.5% of contracts: study

ASHEVILLE – Following a study showing 0.5% of city contracts went to Black businesses, the City Council has said it will move from a “race-neutral” policy to a “race-conscious” one that sets goal for minority businesses contracting. The new business

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

It’s Time to Help Black-Owned Businesses

Because Advancing Black Entrepreneurs by Chase for Business enables Black business owners to address immediate financial needs and build resiliency. It’s no overstatement that Black-owned U.S. businesses are in a state of crisis due to the economic fallout from the

‘Lift As We Climb’ To Support Black-Owned Business

Gabrielle Union, actress, producer and co-founder of hair care brand Flawless by Gabrielle Union, has teamed up with celebrity hairstylist and business partner Larry Sims to launch “Lift As We Climb,” an initiative to support black-owned businesses and community organizations.

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