In the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement that shook the nation to its core, it’s important to continue the momentum by finding ways to support the Black community as much as we can. A great way to do that is by shopping at Black-owned small businesses, especially during these uncertain times. Here are some of the best Black-owned small businesses to support online!
The winemaking McBride sisters take the flavors of California and New Zealand and transform them into an inclusive, sustainable, and socially aware black-owned wine company. The sisters specialize in chardonnay, red blend, brut rosé, and sauvignon blanc and even have their own Black Girl Magic and SHE CAN collections to inspire buyers!
According to Alaffia, the company “aims to alleviate poverty and advance gender equality through the Fair Trade of indigenous resources and community empowerment projects”. If that’s not a cause worth supporting, I don’t know what is! Their products include face, hair, and body care products that use natural ingredients.
Baby Phat is a trendy streetwear line for women owned by Black and Japanese model and designer Kimora Lee Simmons. With tons of fashion and beauty products to choose from, shopping online at Baby Phat is an easy way to support the Black community and take your fashion standards to the next level!
You might recognize the Riot Swim brand from your Instagram feed and maybe even have already supported this black-owned business without realizing it! Featuring luxe swimwear with styles ranging from deep-V one pieces to highwaisted and thong bikinis, you’re sure to fall in love with this minimalist swimwear brand.
This Black-owned company features natural hair care products that are clean and restorative for a variety of different hair types. Briogeo allows buyers to customize their hair care routine. Whether your hair is dry and brittle or thick and greasy, this company has got something to indulge all your hair care needs!
The Mixed Millennial brand was created by two women who strive to celebrate the mixed community and unite those from multiple backgrounds and cultures. Mixed Millennial sells beautiful gold and sterling silver necklaces that link together to represent the mixed experience and beauty of merging different cultures, races, and ethnicities.