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Sprudge - Issue #207

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This is an historic week for civil rights in America and a remarkable moment to live through. It has
 

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June 6 · Issue #207 · View online
A weekly selection of curated coffee news.

This is an historic week for civil rights in America and a remarkable moment to live through. It has been a pleasure and honor to publish for you this week. Along with the articles we ran, we are including some of the many organizations and small businesses you should consider joining us in championing.

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Essential Reading:
Support These Black-Owned Coffee Companies [Updating] Support These Black-Owned Coffee Companies [Updating]
The top line quote just about says it all: “If Dizzy, Basquiat, & Elijah McCoy roasted coffee, it would taste like Three Keys.”
“We are a startup brand on a mission to balance the negative effects that occur during the influx of more affluent residents and businesses in urban neighborhoods.”
Red Bay Coffee of Oakland, California is one of the most important coffee brands in the United States right now.
“Cxffee is more than a sugar and cream thing… It’s more than a colonial commodity. It’s meant for the people. Let’s #makecxffeeblackagain.”
On experience alone, Deadstock Coffee is one of the best coffee shops on the American West Coast, a clearinghouse of information and ideas, a daily intellectual feast of creatives from around the world connected by a love of coffee and sneaker culture.
Allegations And Apologies Rock La Marzocco Allegations And Apologies Rock La Marzocco
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