12 Small Black Owned Businesses To Know

Following up from my post earlier this week. In addition to teaching, learning, listening, protesting, signing petitions, making donations, and making calls to government officials—another way to make your voice heard and support a devastated community is to purchase from black-owned beauty and fashion brands. Elevating people and specifically women of color allows for a more just society where everyone has access to growth and opportunity. While we teach our children inclusivity, we need to lead by example! I plan to do my part in not only continuing to support small business owners, but small business owners of color. I have featured some amazing brands creating amazing products that deserve our attention and support!

I’ve know Simone the mama of Sparkle for nine years now. We met when I just started my blog and she was nice enough to have me review styles from her website. Her daughter Sparkle has created the sweetest line of bags for kids. The next drop is June 12th!!!
This candle smells like that vacation you swore you’d take!
The Nova Pearl Threaders embody effortless style. They simply thread through the ear, elegantly accenting your lookwith natural freshwater pink pearls and recycled 14k gold.
We are a French hair accessories brand and we can offer you various collections and a number of one-of-a-kind products. We not only believe but we can swear upon it, that showing our true colors, uniqueness, and individualism can bring up an entirely new dimension of confidence, and higher self-esteem.
A luxe one stop for new parents. We offer an innovative and modern selection of baby products in an industry of overwhelming choice.
A A K S was founded by Akosua Afriyie-Kumi with the goal of introducing the world to her favourite weaving techniques done by the women of Ghana while also creating and igniting sustainable jobs within Africa.
Captivating cotton print colors are so bold and vibrant which makes it easy to match it with solid colored rompers, jumpsuits, or a dress to make a statement.
Hand crafted rose quartz glycerin soap adorn the tops of this magnificent bar.
AMINAH ABDUL JILLIL is a Luxury Shoe Brand launched in August 2012. Aminah’s shoes are known for a bold yet feminine design aesthetic.
Jungalow offers colorful home accessories that reflect her bold and plant-filled style.
Goodee is an online marketplace that offers goods from independent makers around the world.
Lemlem, founded by Liya Kebede, is an artisan-driven sustainable fashion label for women, men, and kids. We are obsessed with their mommy and me bathing suits.

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17 thoughts on “12 Small Black Owned Businesses To Know”

  1. These are all really cute items! And I will definitely be supporting black owned businesses. But I think right now we need to be careful not to boycott white owned businesses that had no part in the evil that we have seen this week. After 2-3 months of no business they are certainly hurting financially and could lose their whole livelihood. Our goal is a better world, not to make millions of other people suffer. 🙁

  2. That Little Princess book looks adorable and I’d love to read it to my nephews and nieces. 🙂 I very much hope your country is able to move forward for the best and come out with a stronger, fairer, and safer nation for all.

  3. Steven Morrissette

    Supporting black businesses is a great way to show our support in dire times we are experiencing. Good article that helps with getting our society more equitable.

  4. Thank you so much for promoting minority owned businesses! I just ordered something from Jungalow!

  5. I love this post. We have to start supporting each other no matter what race. I watch a video about this by Jackie Aina talking about this and I think we have to support Black based businesses. Make them successful and if we can support them we can make a difference.

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