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ITADI, a Natural Skin Care Brand Created To Honor a Father’s Legacy

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Tabi Bonney is a Washington D.C and Los Angeles based artist, director and producer who has worked with artists such…

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BlackTravelBox Offers Beauty Products for The Traveler on the Go

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According to Orion Brown, Black travelers have few, if any places they can go to find personal care products that…

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Meet the Owner of the Largest Beauty Supply store in Stockbridge, GA

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Cova Beauty is a black owned beauty supply store that specializes in cosmetics, organic care products, hair extensions and accessories.…

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Shea Moisture Founder Launches $100 Million Fund for Women Entrepreneurs Of Color At Essence Festival

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On Thursday, SheaMoisture haircare and skincare products founder Richelieu Dennis announced a $100 million fund for women entrepreneurs of color at…

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BGLH Marketplace CEO Talks Balancing Blogging, Babies & Business

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You may know Leila Noelliste from her popular blog, Black Girl With Long Hair. The blogger turned Businesswoman recently launched…

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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,…

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21 Black Owned Businesses in Canada

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Canada is known for many things. Currently, it’s best known as the place that everyone wants to move to if…

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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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