Despite our pain, it’s quite amazing to see the tremendous support black-owned businesses are getting from our communities. This is because we also understand that we can only be so powerful if we generate wealth in our communities, to be in a position of influence to influence, to be self-sustainable as well as elevate the conversation.
From Panama, Colombia, Brazil, and El Salvador to Costa Rica, Nicaragua, and Puerto Rico, here’s how Afro-Latino activists are uniting in support of the Black Lives Matter movement and in memory of George Floyd.
There’s just something about having something living and breathing in your home that changes the air of the space, not to mention the pride you feel when you’re actually able to keep a plant alive. In continuing our series on Black brands, here are 8 Black women-owned plant businesses to support right now.
Olga Marina Segura (Zora/Medium) talks to Dominican writer Angie Cruz and novels such as Soledad, Let It Rain Coffee and Dominicana. [Many thanks to Peter Jordens for bringing this item to our attention.] Dominican novelist Angie Cruz does not come from a family of talkers, and yet, for 20 years, her novels have offered an intimate…