Buy Black Purchase

I got the above-pictured castile soap, hair pomade, and castor oil with aloe from a Black-owned business in Brooklyn. There are so few Black businesses in New York City right now. It is important that we support them, and protect them. Here’s the location of the store I got the products from: Anwaar Co. 354 […]

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Buy Black Purchase: Mrs. Maxwell’s; Brooklyn, New York

Pineapple coconut cake ring, a couple of slices of strawberry cake, a couple of slices of carrot cake. Sure, a couple of slices got smushed in transit, but it will all go down the same. Lol. Tweet

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The Devastating Decline Of Black Businesses In New York City

In a recent study done by New York City’s comptroller, documenting the financial state of the City between the years of 2007 to 2012, the dismal state of Black business was noted. According to the study, in 2007-2012, the presence of Black Businesses in New York City declined by 31.4%, while Black businesses nationwide rose […]

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Ghana’s First Cupcake Shop

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The Nigerian Chocolate Industry

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The Only Black-Owned Soda Bottler

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Black Business Spotlight: Votum Construction

A black-woman owned construction company. Owned and created by Vernice Bradley. Tweet

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Documentary: The Building Of The Afrikmall, Colorado’s African Mall

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Black Business Spotlight: Afrikmall- Colorado’s African Mall

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The History Of Black Business In New York: Part 1

“I fact, a third of all free black people lived and worked in white households and those who did not labored to support themselves in a tightly restricted job market. Four out of ten black men were in the unskilled rank and their proportion in the skilled trades sharply declined during the first decade of […]

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