There are 4 Black online businesses to support this summer to help you enjoy this amazing season. While the weather doesn’t feel like summer, the fact that school is out, summer Fridays are in and it’s getting dark later makes up for the lack of heat.
Although there are so many different Black-owned businesses on the market, I wanted to highlight these Black online businesses because they don’t get as much attention as I think they deserve. Some of them I’ve supported myself while others I’ve seen their business flourish from afar. I also have the amazing pleasure of knowing them.
So before you start your three-day weekend in honor of Juneteenth, check out these amazing Black online businesses.
Chantel Diamond is the creator of Diamond’s Mystical Vanity LLC. Diamond’s Mystical Vanity is a crystal and jewelry online shop. She handcrafts necklaces, rings, bracelets, and more. She is also an intuitive card reader. Follow her on Instagram and support her business here.
Tony “josiesboy” Gonzalez is the creator of Painted In Blue. Painted In Blue is a creative house that specializes in made-to-order, handcrafted leather luxury items. He hand-stitches leather bags, pillows, wallets, keychains, and more. You can follow him on Instagram and support her business here.
Omikunle Ekundayo, M.S. is the creator of Sojourn, a swimwear line that integrates culture, travel, and style. She is also the Creative and Executive Director of the Soulcare Collective, an online wellness clinic dedicated to supporting and enhancing the wellness of Black, Brown, and Indigenous people across the diaspora through. You can follow her on Instagram and support her business here.
Sherri J is a visual artist, curator, educator, and Certified Holistic Herbalist. Sherri has her own skincare line and waist bead line. She uses her holistic herbalist certification to make her skin care products. She also creates art, t-shirts, totes, and mugs for purchase. Update: Sherri is currently not accepting orders but you can follow her on Instagram to support
Are there any Black online businesses you know that you want to shout out? Leave a comment below to let us know.
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