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March 31, 2017
30+ Black-owned Vegan Restaurants you should support!

View our new list of 40+ Black-owned Vegan restaurants! The post was shared hundreds of times and received thousands of views, likes and comments. Many of those comments were from customers like you who wanted us to add their hometown favorite Black-owned Vegan Restaurant.  We heard you.  We hear you.  We do this f...

November 19, 2017
30+ Black-owned Coffee & Tea shops to support!

Coffee & Tea, undeniably the number one consumed beverages in the world (excluding water).  Coffee is the eye opener or the morning drink, it is the late night burning the midnight oil drink. Coffee is normally served hot but is also enjoyed cold. This early morning drink is consumed internationally and as sold...

November 04, 2017
12 Black-owned Gun Stores to help you defend yourself

11 12 Black-owned Gun Stores to help you defend yourself The number of black Americans who own guns appears to be on the rise. According to a 2014 Pew survey, 19 percent of black adults said they owned a gun, up from 15 percent in 2013. In another 2014 survey, 54 percent of black adults said they believed owning...

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May 02, 2019
Best Black-owned Ice Cream Shops to support

Art by JustinVargas Big Worm has helped us compile a list of some of our favorite Black-owned Ice Cream Businesses you need to know about. Whether it's "Friday", Saturday or any other day of the week...Ice Cream is always a cool treat!       Ruby Scoops Ice Cream & Sweets (Washington, D.C.) P...

February 20, 2019
16 Black-owned Afro-Caribbean Restaurants in Miami

Caribbean cuisine is a fusion of African, Creole, Cajun, Amerindian, European, East Indian/South Asian, Persian, Arab, Chinese and Javanese/Indonesian cuisine.  We’re compiled a list of some of our favorite Afro-Caribbean Restaurants in Miami, Florida. Aunt I's Jamaican Restaurant Branch of a down-home local...

May 02, 2017
Why most black Sacramentans still can’t buy a home eight years after Great Recession

When Time magazine named Sacramento the most diverse city in America in 2002, African American families living here still participated broadly in the American dream of owning a home and building wealth. It was a long-standing pattern. For 45 years starting in 1960, around 40 to 50 percent of African Americans in Sacra...

April 21, 2017
Prince Without Permission

On preparing for a world filled with new music, but missing the man Prince onstage in 1979. Leni Sinclair/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Leni Sinclair/Getty Images Prince onstage in 1979. Leni Sinclair/Getty Images It is important — and always devastating — to remember that P...

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