The Ultimate List of Gifts from Black Owned small Businesses
The Ultimate List of Gifts from Black Owned Small Businesses. Perfect for any occasion or if you just want something for yourself!
There are a lot of ways to support the Black Community: through protests, donating money to local grassroots groups, voting, and educating yourself and your children. But one of the best and most direct ways is to shop Black Owned Small Businesses.
Many of these businesses have been directly and disproportionately affected by the coronavirus pandemic . I believe in sharing, showcasing, celebrating and uplifting Black Independent Creatives. And what better way this year than to support Black Owned Small Businesses than with this ultimate curated list!
Hopefully something on this list catches your eye! Now, let’s get started!
Curators of a collection of black curiosities, heirlooms, and collectibles. You can find anything from Vintage posters, books, magazines, photos to .classic ebony and jet magazines. It's visual black history that you can have in your home.
Food and Drink
Good things to eat and drink! Found via Instagram word of mouth, and personal use.
Looking for a new kind of cocktail? Each handmade InBooze™ packet contains one pouch filled with dehydrated fruits, veggies, spices and herbs to infuse your alcohol. The kit infuses enough for 8-10 cocktails...there is a flavor for everyone!
Black-owned Bookstores have always been important in our communities. They serve as meeting and gathering places, places to hold poetry readings, or rally's or small talks. Our bookstores have been hit particularly hard by the pandemic. A lot have moved online or have o fund me's. The best way to support, is to order a book online.
Located in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Fulton Street Offers Books subscription boxes including a Children's Lit Box, Black Women's Lit Box and an Ally Box which is a is a "three-month limited book subscription for allies (and those who seek to be allies).”
Created by Trina Small, supermom culture is a place a for moms. A place where mothers can feel seen and understood. Even when things don’t go their way, they have a super power. Motherhood is not about being perfect, it's about being Super even in difficult situations.
Based in Baton Rouge Osa Atoe sells earth-tone bowls, mugs, pitchers, and vases via Etsy. Ten percent of her sales are donated to the Baton Rouge Food Bank and the Louisiana Center for Children’s Rights.
Bea Dixon started Honey Pot in her kitchen and today, they are sold at large retailers like Target, Urban Outfitters, and Walgreens. All products 100 percent natural but still clinically tested and gynecologist approved
Health and Wellness
Mind body and soul need to work together for us to be fit. These businesses help us get there.
So thoughtful of you to list the owners of businesses, especially during uncertain and tough times for many. I believe people can trust your recommendations. They all seem so interesting it really great content, even if you don't buy for holiday you can alternatively plan for a birthday anniversary etc.