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Black-Owned Businesses To Support This Holiday Season

African Americans have an estimated buying power of 1.2 trillion dollars, so this holiday season why not invest in gifts that impact community! Spread the holiday cheer by supporting these black-owned businesses.

Beauty Bakerie
These dessert-inspired cruelty-free cosmetics created on the promise of “cooking up quality products with staying power”  are guaranteed to have something to cater to every skin tone.

Instagram: @thewraplife

The Wrap Life
After being featured in Vogue Ariaba, this Brooklyn based brand has been putting hair wraps on the map! The wrap offers a variety of hair accessories to cater to the style of any women.

Instagram: @smartbrowngirls


Smart Brown Girl
Dedicated to embracing the differences of women of the African Diaspora Smart Brown Girl has a variety of merchandise fit for any Smart Brown Girl in your life.

Instagram: @cardsforallpeople


Cards For All People (Black Card Revoked)
Bring out the friendly competition during the holidays with a game from Cards For All People. With games inspired by black culture test your knowledge of cultural milestones in entertainment, sports, and music.

Instagram: @senicanaturals

Senica Naturals
This New Orleans based brand is inspired by biochemist and founder Benardett Jno Finn’s, Caribbean background. With products formulated to fight dryness, products from Senica Naturals makes the perfect wintertime gift!

Instagram: @nicescent.co

Nice Scent Candles 
With names inspired by the city of Atlanta, like Cascade, Brookhaven, and Buckhead,  these handmade luxury candles will make the perfect gift for someone missing home during the holidays.

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  1. Simply a smiling visitor here to share the love (:, btw great pattern. “Justice is always violent to the party offending, for every man is innocent in his own eyes.” by Daniel Defoe.

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