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228 Grant Street Candle Co. is owned by a black candlemaker who creates soy-based, small-batch candles in tantalizing scent combinations, including amber and sandalwood.
Handcrafted shoes from South Africa, Kenya & Morocco, founded by Creative Director, Aurora James. Brooklyn-based Aurora James maintains the spirit of Africa with traditional footwear handcrafted in village workshops.
4 Fulton St
New York, New York
Toys Like Me™ was created in 2018 by an African American dad who noticed that most toys sold by major retailers do not reflect what children with brown skin look like. He wanted to create backpack dolls™ and other products that Black children
That’s a Wrap! is full service gift wrap boutique located in the historic Kirkwood District in metro Atlanta. We use bold designs, festive papers and the highest quality embellishments to create one of kind presentations that help personalize your...
1986 Hosea Williams Drive
Atlanta, Georgia 30317
StepStitches announces the launch of a book and a family of new dolls and accessories just in time for the holidays! The picture book, Cinnamon Annie Loves, is a colorful companion book centered around fan favorite and company staple, Cinnamon Annie.
Deleay Lashay is a brand that creates both visual and wearable art for the purpose of empowering individuals through their life's journey. The Brand started in 2010 as a wearable art jewelry brand. Since then Deleay Lashay has expanded into Fashion,
Sukie's Candle Co. provides exotically scented premium soy wax candles, made fresh to order and individually hand poured.
14556 Magnolia Blvd
Sherman Oaks, California 91403
Wooden custom Earrings & custom Dolls! please visit my www.instagram.com/kaycustoms/ for new pics and videos. I love what I do and take pride in each custom design! Thanks so Much!! Kay Customz
She’s a full-time traveler and teacher who offers vlogs off the beaten path of the usual Caribbean, Middle Eastern, or African leisure locales common among African American vacationers. She gives a real look into life in Asia for a woman of color.