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6 Black Owned Face Mask Companies

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The global pandemic is still a reality and until that changes, all of us should take proper precautions. Face masks are essential for everyone and as long as Black people are buying them, there’s no reason why Black owned companies can’t provide them. Below are six Black owned companies that have great face masks.

SchnelleCares is a Boston, MA based, woman-owned and Black owned small business founded in 2020 to help with the nationwide mask shortage. SchnelleCares has donated over 100 masks (and counting) to essential workers and Boston based organizations serving communities in need. Additionally, a portion of mask sales proceeds will be donated to City of Boston fundraising efforts for COVID-19 relief. Click here to shop.

House of Nambili makes colorful, African print masks that are 100% Cotton, made-to-order, washable & reusable. They will assist in stopping you from touching your face and spreading infection. Click here to shop.

The Handmade Mask by Alecia B. is committed to being your source for the newest trends in face masks. The company designs face masks to keep you safe in styles you love so you can focus on looking great. This collection of masks is symbolically named in Zulu to embody what the company affirms to be. Click here to shop.

Over and Beyond Apparel is a production manufacturing company that provides production runs and samples. The company makes over 20 different designs of protective face masks, with a distinctive eye on style. All masks are made with 100% cotton. Click here to shop.

Rhythms of the Village is a family owned and operated business. Known for rich African heritage, art, and cultural accessories, their unique face masks and garments are hand sewn and tailored. Click here to shop.

Besida produces beautifully, ethnically made fashions. Their handmade face masks are made from Ankara fabrics, with social distancing and sustainability practices. Click here to shop.

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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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