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The Baton Rouge Metro Council approved a settlement on Tuesday paying activist DeRay Mckesson and other protesters arrested during summer demonstrations over the shooting death of Alton Sterling.
America officially begins the holiday season on Thanksgiving tomorrow—a “celebration” that’s been leaving many with a mixed bag of feelings (i.e. the protests at Standing Rock putting so much in perspective).
Ultimately for a lot of folks, it’s a great day to spend time with family and to eat your fill.
For those that venture into the mission that is Black Friday shopping (kudos to you), it may be worth taking that moment to revert your coins and spend them on black-owned businesses instead.
Take a look at our 25 picks below:
The goodies the following black businesses sell have gifts for the women in your life who love good vibes, head wraps and all things Africa.
Shop our five picks below:
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