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47 Black Owned Skin Care Alternatives to Dove

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In case you missed it, Dove recently released a skin care ad that quickly received backlash for being racist and offensive. They have since pulled the ad but not in time to stop calls for a boycott of their products. Since Shoppe Black is all about giving Black businesses some shine, we’ve created a list of…

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50 Other Black Owned Hair & Beauty Brands to Support

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Hair care is a multibillion-dollar industry fueled primarily by Black women. We spend A LOT of money – an estimated $2.5 billion on hair care products in 2016 – nine times more than the general market. But what should we do when a Black-owned brand down the “multicultural” road to riches (see: Shea Moisture, Carol’s…

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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, 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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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 you know who wins you know what. Our North American neighbors should also be known for the many awesome Black owned businesses that exist there. Here are a few: Black Owned Businesses in Canada Frunil…

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29 Black Owned Businesses in Brooklyn

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Over the past decade, countless Black owned businesses in Brooklyn (and nationwide) have fallen victim to gentrification. Rising rents and leases are forcing businesses to close. However, there are still many Black owned businesses and institutions that have weathered the storm and continue to provide great goods and service.   Black Owned Businesses in Brooklyn…

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