Before the pandemic, Black-owned businesses faced distinct and lingering obstacles. Access to capital, insurance availability, bidding on contracts can be challenges to entrepreneurs of all races — but in the struggle to build an enduring legacy, those challenges can be
Christmas is just one day away, but the holiday season is far from over. If you’ve been desiring to support more Black-owned businesses this season, but you’re not sure where to begin, consider checking out the Seagrams Escapes Holiday Marketplace
Zerina Akers in a vintage Patrick Kelly dress. Earlier this year, shortly after the murder of George Floyd and the rise of the social justice movement in America, Zerina Akers launched an Instagram account called Black Owned Everything . The
In a show of support, many customers want to “buy black” this holiday season. The growing interest comes amid ongoing protests against racial injustice, and at a time when Black-owned businesses have been disproportionately harmed by the ongoing coronavirus crisis.
The holiday shopping season has officially kicked off, and this year, supporting independent, female-founded, and Black-owned businesses is center stage. Clearly, protests, donations, and taking action are the most meaningful ways to stand up against systemic racism, police brutality, and
Amazon Prime Day 2020 is officially here to kick off the holiday shopping season, and this year, supporting independent, female-founded, and Black-owned businesses is center stage. Clearly, protests, donations, and taking action are the most meaningful ways to stand up
Daymond John to pick Black entrepreneurs for $25,000 grants: ‘We need to be building businesses, not burning them’
Daymond John, founder of apparel line FUBU and investor on ABC’s “Shark Tank,” announced on Tuesday his launch of Black Entrepreneurs Day , a virtual event to support Black-owned businesses, on Oct. 24. John has invested much of his time