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BLACK OWNED BUSINESSES ON AMAZON

DON’T WAIT UNTIL BLACK FRIDAY

Prime day has ended and the impending holiday season is among us. Don’t fret, we want to call attention to some of these black-owned businesses that you can support on Amazon while still taking advantage of your prime membership.

Amazon has also taken the time to recognize the struggle that black owned businesses have undertaken during this turmultuous time and are connecting them to millions of customers with a black business storefront.

BLK & BOLD

BLK & BOLD PHOTO CREDITS: BLK & BOLD

This Iowa based coffee and tea company gives us what we need to wake up in the morning and pledges 5% of thier profits to support at-risk youth. Don’t have an Amazon account? Well don’t worry because black and bold can also be purchased at select Target and Whole Foods.

Bevel

Bevel Photo Credits: Bevel

Level up your grooming game with this shaving system designed to reduce and prevent shaving irritation. Bevel also offers hair, skin and body products to round of your home spa exerience.

KYRA’S SHEA MEDLEYS

Kyra’s Shea Medleys Photo Credits: Kyra’s Shea Medleys

After going natural, this UCLA student took matters into her own hands making shea butter creams to maintain her curly hair. Kyra’s Shea Medleys offers oils, body butters, scrubs and Non THC CBD skincare over at Shea Med.

THAT MELANIN THO

That Melanin Tho Photo Credits:: That Melanin Tho

Stand out and make a statement like “Minding My Black Owned Business”, “Melanated AF”, with these graphic shirts by That Melanin Tho. Where Beauty, Love, Culture and Pride is always celebrated.

The giving season is around the corner, and we will be bringing you more budget friendly brands to choose from.

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