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Entrepreneur Prioritizes Supporting Black Women in Madison | AFRO

Lisa Speckhard Pasque, The Capital Times, AFRO Sabrina Madison, founder, at the Progress Center for Black Women in Fitchburg, Wis. — photos by Michelle Stocker/The Capital Times via AP, Featured Image , Wis. (AP) — It’s a Wednesday afternoon at Ford’s Gym, a “Rocky”-style gym filled with “regular old-school dudes,” Sabrina Madison says. That’s why she likes it. Head coach Andrea Nelson leads Madison through her boxing drills. Wearing boxing gloves, Madison punches while stepping to the left, stepping right, taking quick one-two punches, then punches while stepping forward and stepping backward. At the end of her session, she gives […]

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31 Black Owned Wine Businesses | Shoppe Black

Shoppe Black Staff Shoppe Black of my favorite drinks are water, tequila and wine. Red wine specifically. Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon, more specifically, in case you want to send me some. That being said, here’s a list of Black Owned Wine Businesses that will help you find your new favorite. Black Owned Wineries Abbey Creek Vineyard (North Plains, OR) is a small-batch winery owned by Bertony Faustin, Oregon’s first recorded Black winemaker. He produces wines like chardonnay, pinot gris and pinot noir, including several special batches. Domaine Curry (Napa, CA) is a partnership between Ayesha Curry, her sister-in-law, Sydel Curry […]

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47 Black Owned Coffee and Tea Businesses That are Great Alternatives to Starbucks | Shoppe Black Recently, a Philadelphia Starbucks employee called the police on two Black patrons. Their crime? Waiting for a friend. The cops still arrested them. When next you feel the need for some Starbucks, consider these Black Owned Coffee and Tea Businesses instead.

Recently, a Philadelphia Starbucks employee called the police on two Black patrons. Their crime? Waiting for a friend. The cops still arrested them. When next you feel the need for some Starbucks, consider these Black Owned Coffee and Tea Businesses instead.

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Black Business Matter: Historic Washington Neighborhood Anacostia Getting its First (Black) Bookstore in Two Decades | Atlanta Black Star MahoganyBooks is challenging this historic neighborhood to write a new chapter in community education and service by setting up shop in the four-year-old Anacostia Arts Center at 1231 Good Hope Road.

MahoganyBooks is challenging this historic neighborhood to write a new chapter in community education and service by setting up shop in the four-year-old Anacostia Arts Center at 1231 Good Hope Road.

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Sip and Savor Owner Plans to Revive Original Bronzeville Location – DNA Info The former owner of the Bronzeville Coffee House is quietly working behind drawn blinds to bring back the cafe that was once a cultural hub for the neighborhood.

The former owner of the Bronzeville Coffee House is quietly working behind drawn blinds to bring back the cafe that was once a cultural hub for the neighborhood.

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Black Businesses Matter, Too: BLM Introduces Website to Connect Black Consumers with Nearby Enterprises – Atlanta Black Star In its ongoing efforts to improve Black lives nationwide, social justice organization Black Lives Matter has now made it that much easier for consumers to connect with nearby Black-owned businesses.

In its ongoing efforts to improve Black lives nationwide, social justice organization Black Lives Matter has now made it that much easier for consumers to connect with nearby Black-owned businesses.

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