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Coming together to enjoy delicious food is a staple of the Black community. From brunch after church on Sundays to weekly dinners with the family, eating together provides a space for Black people to build community. However, restaurants have not always been accessible or welcoming to Black individuals. During the...
MahoganyBooks — one of the popular bookstores in Washington, D.C. — features works exclusively by Black artists. The bookstore was born out of a mutual love for literature shared between a husband and wife duo. Ramunda and Derrick Young say that their goal is to provide people from all...
Creole on 14th is a contemporary restaurant in Washington D.C. that creates unique dishes and craft cocktails inspired by the diverse cultures of New Orleans. The restaurant has been popular in the District since it was founded in 2020 by Head Chef Jeffeary “Jeff” Miskiri. Chef Jeff has over 15...
Aubrey Jai Collection recently released a line of pyramid-shaped, vegan leather handbags that were also inspired by Aubrey’s love for triangles. The collection is from a unique and family-centered fashion brand based around the principles of community and building lasting legacies. It was created by Atlanta designer Jonathan Sams in...
Mutani’s Pocket honors and uplifts East African artists and fashion designers by creating a pipeline for their goods to be showcased and sold in the United States. Mutani’s Pocket’s online store features unique jewelry, purses and bags, and clothing collections, making this marketplace great for a variety of customers. The...
Fitness spaces have been heavily dominated by men for years, which is likely why, for many women, gyms can often feel like hostile environments where their specific fitness needs are not being met. In June 2019, fitness equipment company, FitRated, found that 71% of women are harassed at the...
The smooth and savory taste of LS Cream Liqueur was inspired by cremas, a sweet and creamy Haitian ancestral recipe that has been handed down for generations. The naturally composed beverage which is kosher, low lactose, gluten and nut free,  is the first black owned liqueur company. Profoundly served as...
Black women are no stranger to business ownership. Black women create new business ideas every day. Starting and maintaining a thriving business can be demanding on anyone, but black women are often met with their own set of exclusive challenges. Things like push back from building owners, bais with...
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