Supporting BIPOC-owned Businesses
The reality of the pandemic has disproportionately impacted BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) business owners already contending with an existing economy mired with social and systemic inequities. Supporting small BIPOC-owned businesses and vendors, who often give back to their local communities, is an action we can all take towards racial equity.
In honor of Small Business Saturday, we elevate businesses whose products and services we’ve proudly used this year. Together, we can contribute to the economic empowerment and sustainability of BIPOC businesses and the communities they represent, employ, or serve.
Bombilla, Brand & Design Consulting
Experiences On Demand, Event Planning Services
MistaBrooks Photography, Professional Headshots & Event Photography
Wellness + Self Care
Transcend Wellness, Private & Small Group Yoga
Gennifer Michelle Goodloe, Self-Care Journals & Workshops
Heidi Nielson, Private Water Coloring & Lettering Courses
Holiday Gifts + Packages
Akola, Ethical Handcrafted Jewelry
BLK + GRN, Beauty & Wellness Products
Eighth Generation, Native Design Art & Products
GoodFoodBrands, Food & Snack Packages
SoHookD, Fitness Marketplace & Gift-cards
Do you have a business or vendor you would like to amplify? Are you a BIPOC small business owner? Submit your recommendation or information here to keep this list growing and the support going!