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P.O. Box 407
Media, Pennsylvania 19063
Oakstop is a workspace, meeting space event, space and art gallery in Downtown Oakland that combines a wide range of people and professions into a community based on creativiity and entrepreneurship. You'll find that some people join as members and o
Oakland, California 94612
The McKenna Museum of African American Art is an institution that collects, interprets, and preserves the visual aesthetic of people of African descent.
2003 Carondelet St.
New Orleans, Louisiana 70130
Ankara Boutique is your ultimate online store for carefully handcrafted accessories and items made with a harmonious blend of African prints and colors that empower the spirit. Ankara is a cotton fabric commonly worn in West Africa.
2509 George Mason Drive
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23456
War on the Horizon (WOH) is an organization designed to prepare Afrikan people worldwide for survival in the 21st Century. As a Race of people, we are under the international threat of an active program of genocide.
PO Box 54501
Washington, District Of Columbia 20032
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True Detergent is one of the most effective laundry detergent available on the market. True Detergent is 4x concentrated and allows consumers to use less soap. It is void of any caustic ingredients and animal essences thus making it safe
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Healing the world. Garner’s Garden uses simple yet effective ingredients from nature that not only heal and softens skin, but also assists in body detoxification of chemicals and unnatural preservatives.
Maxim Thuriere founded this wooden watch and bracelet company in his college dorm at the University of South Florida — but he wanted his small business to serve a greater purpose than simply selling accessories for profit.