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Black Owned Businesses in the Diaspora: Buying Black Across The Globe

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For the past few years, there has been a battle cry in our community to spend our dollars with Black owned businesses, as opposed to the usual suspects. Well this year, we’re inviting you to take Black Friday a step further.  We created a list of Black owned businesses from various parts of the African Diaspora that would welcome your support, no matter where you are on the globe. Take a look at our selection of some of the best of what the international Black community has to offer.

Black Owned Businesses in the Diaspora

 

1. The Continent

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  • KenyaTheMaasaiShop:  Handcrafted beaded jewelry
  • EthiopiaZAAF: Luxury apparel and leather accessories produced in Ethiopia.
  • GhanaHeel The World: Bespoke shoes and leather accessories crafted in Ghana.
  • South AfricaM’hudi Wines: Family operated a wine farm in located in in the Cape Winelands.
  • GhanaChristie Brown: Show stopping fashion and accessories for women.

2. The United Kingdom

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  • Ohema Ohene: African inspired fashion brand for Men and Women
  • Bespoke Binny: An eclectic range of home furnishings.
  • Lela Bag: An exciting new character brand offering adorable Backpacks & Tees for girls.
  • Showerella: Uncommon party supplies and activity kits for bridal showers, weddings, parties and events.
  • Sheabutter Cottage: Award winning, fair trade natural skin care products.
  • Crown Rose: Afro-contemporary Swimwear and loungewear brand.
  • BeUNIQUE: Natural hair care products.

3. Canada

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  • Bohten: An eco-friendly, luxury eye wear line.
  • Style Me Ankara: An online retail store that sells handmade  African inspired clothing for men and women.
  • Earthtones Naturals: Premium natural hair and body products.

4. The Netherlands

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  • Nomi by Naomi: Surinamese owned Dutch-wax fashion line for men and women.
  • Amsterdam Slavery Heritage Guide: Companion guide for the Black Heritage Amsterdam Tour, packed with amazing historical tidbits and research. A perfect book for your next European getway to Amsterdam.
  • Maisa en da maan (Miesha and the Moon): A Black children’s book in Dutch about Sickle Cell. This a great opportunity to learn a new language and teach your child too!
  • Ubuntu-Wear: Culture inspired urban wear

5.  And last but not least, the good ole U.S. of Black A.

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