Black owned businesses

Check out our growing list of Black-owned ice cream makers who you should support in honor of National Ice Cream Day.

Entrepreneur Robert Thomas founded Houston’s first Black-owned grocery store, District Market Green Grocer, to eradicate food insecurity.

While attracting customers is, of course, important year-round, consumers are more open to spending money and discovering new brands during the holidays; so, this is an excellent time to focus those marketing efforts!

After making headlines earlier this month for interest in buying back his namesake clothing brand, Sean John, music mogul Diddy has officially won back the label following a bidding war that cost him a cool $7.5 million.

On Cyber Monday, there is no shortage of Black-owned businesses to buy your holiday gifts from.

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.

Whether you're looking for something fashionable, a great read, or a few health and wealthiness goodies, we've gathered up some gift ideas that will certainly bring a smile to any Black women's beautiful face.

Fashion

Apparently, some Black guy named Daniel is out here selling "Daniel's Rope Ties," which look like nooses and are described on the product's Facebook page as "African rope wear" for "all genders."

ONE VIP is a digital banking card focused on furthering Black America’s prosperity and communities of color. ONE VIP has made it very easy to get started with digital banking, requiring no deposits, up-front fees, or credit checks.

With newly-mandated vaccine requirements, will unvaccinated Black people be at an even higher risk of being ostracized from our communities?

Check out this diverse list of companies led by founders who saw a personal or community need and turned it into inspirational brands that service the Black community and beyond.

Rev. Al Sharpton recently caught up with Urban One CEO Alfred Liggins to discuss the company's branded casino proposals for the city of Richmond, Virginia.