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8 Black Owned Natural Hair Care Brands from the UK

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As more Black women around the world continue to embrace their natural hair, the demand for quality products that make it easier to care for Black hair has increased. Here are some Black owned natural hair care brands that are based in the United Kingdom. Black Owned Natural Hair Care Brands from the UK I…

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GoGo Party Bus: Keeping the Family Business Rolling

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The GoGo Party Bus is a family owned event planning and transportation services company based in Atlanta. Because of the success the business has had since they opened five years ago, they are now in a position to offer franchise opportunities. Franchising is a great alternative to starting your own business from scratch since it…

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Green Book

The Green Book Chronicles: A Documentary about The First Black Travel Guide

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The Green Book, also known as the The Negro Motorist Green Book, was created  in 1936 by a mailman, Victor Hugo Green. The Green Book served as a guidebook for Black travelers during the era of Jim Crow laws when white owned establishments refused to accommodate or serve Black patrons. It also helped Black travelers…

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Luvvie Ajayi

Luvvie Ajayi on her African Identity, Social Justice, Shopping Black & More!

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Luvvie Ajayi started writing 13 years ago while in college. In 2006, she created her popular blog, AwesomelyLuvvie.com. Fast forward to 2016, she dropped her first book, “I’m Judging You: The Do-Better Manual,” and it became #1 on the New York Best Seller list almost as fast as Beyoncé’s Lemonade topped the music charts. She’s an award-winning writer, digital…

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21 Black Owned Cannabis Businesses, Organizations & Professionals

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Black owned cannabis businesses make up a reported one percent of the legal cannabis industry. With the legalization of cannabis is certain states, along with the availability of cheap weed thanks to Canada’s legalization of the substance, you would possibly hope for a bit more activity from the black community. Despite the lack of diversity,…

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Brown Crayon Project

The Brown Crayon Project: The First Organic Skin & Hair Care products for Children of Color

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Many of the chemicals that come in contact with our skin can be absorbed into our bloodstream. That being said, it’s important for us to be aware of what’s in the skin products we use on ourselves and our loved ones. A notable line of products to get into is offered by The Brown Crayon…

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14 Ethical Fashion Brands from the Continent

In response to growing demand from socially conscious consumers, ethical fashion brands are popping up around the world and established brands are developing eco-friendly lines. The brands below are just some of several that are empowering economically disadvantaged artisans in communities across several African countries. Ethical Fashion Brands The Haute Baso brand is founded by…

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Ujamaa Box introduces you to Dope Black Brands Every Month

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Wouldn’t it be great if you could receive amazing Black owned brands in the mail each month? Well, Ujamaa Box has you covered! Ujamaa Box is a curated collection of distinctive product samples and special promotional offers, exclusively from Black owned businesses. We chatted with the founder, Ebony Costain. This is what she had to…

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Blue Ridge Arsenal

Blue Ridge Arsenal: One of the few Black Owned Gun Shops in the U.S.

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In December 2015, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives reported that 64,747 licensed gun dealers (gun shops, pawnbrokers, or individual sellers) existed in the U.S. Out of that total, Blue Ridge Arsenal of Northern Virginia is one of a handful of gun shops that is Black owned. We spoke with the owner, Earl…

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Sir Dogwood is here to make dogs Dapper

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According to the American Pet Products Association, estimated pet-related spending topped $60 billion in 2015. Sir Dogwood is an up and coming pet apparel line playing in this booming industry. We caught up with the Founder, Chaz Olajide. This is what she had to say: SB: I’m going to take a wild guess and say…

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