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Farmers Market on Wheels Brings Fresh Produce to Brooklyn Food Deserts

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Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams and The Campaign Against Hunger, joined by Councilmember Alicka Ampry-Samuels, presented on Wednesday the “Fresh Vibes…

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Cannabis Conference at Emmanuel Baptist Calls for #EquityDayOne

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It was late spring 2018 in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, not far from Biggie’s old stomping ground, when Emmanuel Baptist church…

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New Black Owned Urgent Care Is Ready to Serve the Community

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According to a recent report by the Urgent Care Association of America, the Urgent Care industry is valued at $18…

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Three Black Business Owners, facing Gentrification, explain how to Thrive in NYC

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Almost 20 years ago, Janifer Wilson noticed that Harlem’s bookstores were disappearing one by one, something she couldn’t stand as…

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Celsious is the Most Stylish and Eco Friendly Laundrymat You’ve Ever Seen

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Have you ever sipped organic coffee in a beautifully designed environment while your clothes washed and dried in  energy-efficient machines?…

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Couples Inc. : Natural Beauty Products Made in NY, Courtesy of Talima and Allison

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Limegreen is a Multi-Use Skincare company that produces natural products using vegan ingredients. Since Dove is cancelled and we’re here for…

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Black Owned Businesses in Brooklyn You Should Know

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Over the past decade, countless Black owned businesses in Brooklyn (and nationwide) have fallen victim to gentrification. Rising rents and…

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