African Americans have tremendous buying power; in 2019, our combined buying power was over $3 trillion dollars! Unfortunately, most of this money does not stay in our communities for very long. Recent studies have shown that the Black dollar only stays within the Black community for 6 hours! As a community, it is our job to fix this. We are the only support system we have! Now, more than ever, is a perfect time to start changing our buying habits and shopping BLACK! In this blog post, I will share with you 4 Black businesses that I supported and recommend you to support, as well. It is important that we uplift each other. There is room enough for us all to succeed!
As we prepare for the nationwide “Black out” on July 7th, I would like to share a few Black owned businesses worthy of your support!
Carrots is a streetwear brand known for its unique and quirky carrot logo. The brand's merchandise ranges from tees, hoodies, and shorts, to accessories such as hats, bags, and even face masks!
Atira Lyons is credited with the innovation of the velvet durag. Her most notable products are the velvet headwear for men, women, and children. She also produces luxury swimwear and is opening her first shop on Melrose Ave in Los Angeles!
Anime inspired streetwear brand specializing in tees, hoodies, and even rugs featuring anime characters.
Luxurious daily planners, digital downloads, and more.