Black-Owned Businesses

Detroit’s first Black women-owned skating academy strives to make figure skating lessons accessible to youth living in low-income households.

We visited the opening of Sooo Delicious Soul Food Cafe located on the 1100 block of Locust in the downtown Philadelphia area. Related: Female Business Take Over Spotlight: Nails by Aboogie Co-owners Angel Smith and Aminah McDaniel, who have been friends for over 12 years, revealed they first began cooking Sunday dinners for their family before […]

Kei-Touch interviewed Dr. Cyl Soden Jr. of Soderma Dermatology in Laurel, MD! Dr. Soden, Jr. is a board-certified Dermatologist and fellowship-trained in Mohs Micrographic Surgery and Procedural Dermatology. 

Aside from supporting a Black-owned business, the initiative will be putting some shine on the student designers from Detroit's HBCU, Pensole Lewis College of Business & Design where Dr. Edwards isn't just the Principal of the college, but also it's founder.

Here is everything you need to know that will help you find the black businesses with the black products you are looking for. Following these simple guidelines and adding these tools to your shopping plans will guarantee you buy black and keep the money in your community.

10 Black newspapers from across the nation have come together to launch Word In Black, a collective platform that will aim to tell stories on the Black experience from different perspectives throughout the country.

Instead of visiting a traditional Goodwill or Value Village thrift store, we are highlighting some of the trendiest Black-owned online thrift boutiques featuring the latest vintage and up-cycled finds. When we support sustainable fashion, we’ll reap benefits across the world!

Happy National Chicken Wing Day! Philadelphia has a handful of activities to offer. Whether you explore the rich history, catch an Eagles game, and last but certainly not least eat some amazing food. Philly supports black businesses and we have a full list of delightful spots you must hit! The city of brotherly love and […]

Pharrell Williams recently awarded $1 million to a Black-owned tech startup.

CURLS Founder and CEO Mahisha Dellinger has unveiled a new initiative designed to empower Black women entrepreneurs.