‘Kidpreneurs pop-up’ gives local Black youth an outlet to sell products, learn business acumen

BRYARRI VAUGHN, at just 7 years old, has her own business selling lip gloss and a litany of other items. They were on full display at the Kidpreneurs Pop-up, at BeSocial East Liberty, inside the Social Status clothing store, Aug. 21. The event was hosted by WAMO-FM personality Mike Dean. (Photos by Rob Taylor Jr.)

PRETTY UNICORNS is the name of the business from Kennedy, 11, and Karter Rush. Karter, 7, is pictured in front.

Also pictured are their father, Ken Rush, and mother, Ieshia Hearn. Pretty Unicorns sells a number of beauty, art and accessories. It was on display at the Kidpreneurs Pop-Up, held Aug. 21, in East Liberty. (Photos by Rob Taylor Jr.)

M&M BOUTIQUE—My’Rai Northern, 11, My’Lei Northern, 6, with mother, Danya’Le Northern.

DYIAMOND NORTHERN, 14, is the owner of Dyme’s Creations.


MAHAYLA SHANNON, 13, owner of Mahayla’s Gifts.


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