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Calling all Black Businesses - stall space for hire at What A Woman! 2016

Earlier this month, the hashtag #UKBlackOwnedBusinesses shut down Twitter, with hundreds of people sharing photos and details of their favourite UK-based Black businesses (missed it? Don’t worry, you can catch up… 186 more words

Black Women

Business Spotlight Of The Week, Force Of Nature

In this generation there are many ways to express yourself. From music, dance, and literature, expressing certain message can be a beautiful sight to see. In Los Angeles area, one young photographer is not only expressing herself but the culture she lives around through photography. 495 more words

African Americans


Today a march was being held in Oxford Circus for the life of Mzee Mohammed, an 18 year old black man who died in police custody in Liverpool in the United Kingdom. 1,316 more words


Black Support

It is one thing to see the call for social justice rung on social media, but another to experience Black unity in my own city, my own community. 356 more words

Entrepreneurs open Alabama’s first black-owned trainer dry cleaning service

TAVARIS GODBOLT and Alvin Miller are the founders of Alabama’s first black-owned sneaker dry cleaning service, The Shoe clinic.

The Shoe Clinic officially started in 2014 after frugal Tavaris had a pair of Air Jordan Retro 13 Flint sneakers he wasn’t ready to part with and applied some cleaning techniques and brought them back to life. 139 more words

The Young Empire

VIVA CUBA! 48 Hours In Havana

In Havana Vieja, houses some of the most beautiful Spanish colonial architecture in the world. With a population over 2 million in the Capitol city. Havana is the cultural, political and economic epicenter of the island. 731 more words

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Stay Woke Collection Shop @IMANISCLOSET

Supporting black businesses: Imani’s Closet, Stay Woke Collection
Dashae who is also here on YouTube and a blogger who started her own line of t-shirts with the hopes of spreading positivity, “of helping the world wake up”. 90 more words