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12 Black Owned Restaurants in Florida

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When next you’re in town, check out these Black owned restaurants in Florida. Even if you don’t live there, spread the word to those that do. Let’s give these businesses our businesses. Also, leave a comment with any others you feel should be on the list! Black Owned Restaurants in Florida Chef Creole Swirl Wine…

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Former Toys ‘R’ Us manager opens his Own Toy Store

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Glendon Warner always wanted to run his own business. So, when he and 33,000 other Toys ‘R’ Us employees lost their jobs this year as the company closed its U.S. locations, he saw the behemoth retailer’s absence as the perfect opportunity. He opened his own toy shop. “Sometimes,” Warner tells MONEY, “it takes one business to…

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24 Black Owned Businesses in California

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If you’re interested in supporting some Black owned businesses in California we’ve got you covered. Take a look at just some  of what The Golden state has to offer. Black Owned Businesses in California Oakland Red Bay Cafe Miss Ollie’s The Veg Hub Lena’s Soul Food Ovo Tavern & Eatery Zella’s Soulful Kitchen SAN DIEGO…

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11 Black Wedding Photographers

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Black Love Matters. Here are some Black wedding photographers who help capture it and other special moments that will be cherished for a lifetime.   Black Wedding Photographers Enitan Wedding Photography (London, UK) Derrel HoShing Photography (Toronto, ON) Nkabani Photography  (London, UK) Trene Forbes Photography (Pikesville, MD) Tauriac Photo (New Orleans, LA) Sterling Pics (Atlanta, GA)…

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28 Black Owned Bookstores You Should Know

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The number of Black owned bookstores has declined significantly since 1999. That year, there were reportedly more than 325. But, by 2012 had dropped to about 50.  In 2017, the number rose to about 70. We’d like to acknowledge some of the stores that are still going strong. Black Owned Bookstores Hakim’s Bookstore (Philadelphia, PA) Everyone’s Place…

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Black Couple Opens a Vacation Retreat in Maryland

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As fall descends upon Prince George’s County, nestled amid the beauty is the Wellspring Manor and Spa — a serene retreat destination on more than seven acres of nostalgic ambience dating back nearly three centuries. More than a traditional bed and breakfast, the tastefully decorated colonial-style manor house, along with a luxury spa and exquisite…

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Black Owned Beauty Startup Raises $23 Million

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Diishan Imira looked at the $6 billion U.S. hair extension and wig market in the U.S. and felt something was amiss. The vast majority of hair extensions used in salons – about 95%, he says — are purchased by customers online or at retail stores, who then bring those products to stylists who use them…

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Startup loans to Black Entrepreneurs to ‘interject some balance in capitalism’

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GW “Chef” Chew loves to cook and is an ardent vegan. He combines the two passions through a new company, Something Better Foods, that has created a line of plant-based meats, from Philly cheesesteaks to fried chicken, as well as with a nonprofit Oakland restaurant, the Veg Hub. Chew needed financial backing to get Something Better off…

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Up in The Air Life Founder Shares How She Built a Million Dollar Travel Business

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Up in The Air Life is an international travel company founded by Claire Soares. The company is focused on showcasing luxury travel and amazing experiences that you’ve never imagined. What inspired you to create Up In the Air Life? I started Up in the Air Life because I felt there was a gap in the marketplace.…

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Fast Food Millionaire Ulysses Bridgeman could strike deal to buy Sports Illustrated

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There is buzz that former NBA star Ulysses “Junior” Bridgeman is closing in on a deal to buy Sports Illustrated from Meredith. If a deal comes to pass, Bridgeman will have beaten out a group headed by Joshua Pollack that includes Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert, motivational speaker Tony Robbins and Hollywood producer Peter Guber, who is…

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