10 Black-Owned Creative Businesses You Should Know, Follow, and Patronize

As we’ve all learned in the past few days, we must take actionable steps to effect real change and one way to do that is to patronize black-owned businesses.

These are 10 black-owned businesses, founded and run by black talented creatives who are making a difference in their space. From homeware goods to fashion and community spaces and more. Take note of them, patronize them, and be privy to the excellence of their work.

Brooklyn Blooms 

 

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Lolly Lolly Ceramics 

 

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Dina Nur Sati

 

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Bishme Cromartie

 

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Lichen

 

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Ethel’s Club

 

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Pur Home

 

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Bolé Road Textiles

 

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Linoto 

 

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Tactile Matter

 

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Jiji Majiri Ugboma

Creative Director

Jiji is a writer and self-acclaimed creative enthusiast. Her writing can be best described as heartfelt creative non-fiction. She writes opinion essays on social issues, current affairs, and her on-going quarter-life crisis. She has an MBA degree, a knack for entrepreneurship, and a love for Coffee and Chocolate desserts.