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20 Black Businesses Awarded $100,000 From The Black Business Relief Fund

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Critical moments in history have threatened the existence of Black owned businesses. The destruction of Black Wall Streets around the country was devastating, in the early 20th century. The construction of the interstates in the 1950s and 1960s nearly wiped out all the Black businesses that still remained: the construction of I-40 erased 80 percent of Black owned businesses in Nashville, alone. COVID-19 a lethal threat which, when fully detonated, could very well wipe out a generation of Black entrepreneurs. We Buy Black, in cooperation with SheaMoisture, have teamed up to create the Black Business Relief Fund$100,000 for Black owned businesses. After reviewing 3588 applications carefully, here are the 20 awardees:

Akwaaba Inns

Bed & Breakfast Inn, Multiple Locations

By Dami Studios

Fine Stationary & Gifting, Harlem, NY

Ella’s Beauty Mart

Beauty Supply, Atlanta, Ga

Emojis Grilled Cheese

Grilled Cheese Shop, Austin, Tx

Eye See Me Bookstore

African American Children’s Bookstore, University City, Mo


Advocacy Organization for Black Farmers, Nationwide

Kido Chicago

Kids’ Store, Chicago, Il

Laine London Boutique

Wedding Dress Rentals, Chamblee, Ga

Mahogany Books

Independent Black Bookstore, Washington, DC

Oak Stop

Collaborative Working Space, Oakland, Ca

Perfect Score Studio

Gymnastics Training Studio, Gardena, Ca

Play Pits

Kids Natural Deodorant


Agricultural Technology, New York, Ny

Skyview Concessions

Airport Retail & Dining, California

Stuart Cinema

Cinema & Cafe, Brooklyn, Ny

Supreme Burger

Restaurant Franchise, Decatur, Ga

The Bark Shoppe

Pet Care Facility, New York, Ny

The Cupcake Collection

Bakery, Nashville, Tn/New Orleans, La

Twisted Soul Cookhouse

Restaurant, Atlanta, Ga

Women’s World Of Boxing

Women’s Boxing Gym, New York, Ny

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D'Juan Hopewell
D'Juan Hopewell
I care about Black Power. Period. Currently working on creating jobs and funding new startups on the South Side of Chicago and writing here and there at HopewellThought.com. Follow me @HopewellThought.
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