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  • Writer's pictureSam Szentmik

Let's Highlight Some Black Owned Businesses!

For Black History Month 2023, I have been highlighting some Black-Owned business on my social media. I figured, why not highlight them on the blog as well??!

We cannot look back on American history without acknowledging the impact and influence that the Black Community has made.

Healthy Roots Dolls

Yelitsa Jean-Charles founded Healthy Roots Dolls.

Healthy Roots Dolls is a toy company that creates dolls and storybooks that empower young girls and represent the beauty of our diversity.

Here is the website!

The Black Arts District

Their mission is that the Black Arts District, through an anti-displacement framework, empowers Black creatives and continues the community-based revitalization efforts in West Baltimore through culture, arts, and entertainment. Their vision of the Black Arts District is to be a model of Black creative autonomy.

Here is the website!

Partake Foods

As a Black & Asian American woman, Denise is passionate about raising awareness of Black and female entrepreneurship and increasing opportunities for underrepresented people seeking careers in the food and beverage industry. In 2020, Denise founded Black Futures in Food & Beverage, an annual fellowship program that mentors HBCU students and helps them secure internships and jobs at the program’s end.

Here is the website!

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