Here’s a list of Black-owned businesses you can shop on Black Friday

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It’s that time again — Black Friday. The day where people rush stores and websites to get great deals in time for the holidays. But Black Friday is going to be much different this year due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. More people are opting to shop online rather than fight the crowds, especially when close groups are prime for spreading the novel virus.

Not only that, but heightened awareness around the Black community means more people are willing to shop at Black-owned businesses. We compiled a list of all the Black-owned businesses you can check out this Black Friday:

Culture Greetings — Custom culturally-relevant greeting cards sent directly to recipients

Being Dapper — Custom made men’s apparel by designer JC Donaldson

Aurelia by Kandyce — Cruelty-free make-up brand

The 125 Collection — Candles with empowering messages

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Deyseros — Athletic clothing brand for both men and women

Cajose Natural — Natural skin care products

Trinity Designs, Inc. — Black dolls to inspire children

The Purse Paparazzi — Different styles of purses for various occasions

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Gabby Bows — Hair care, bows and barrettes for Black girls

Soulful Explorer — Made-to-order clothing apparel and accessories

Bougie Tea Party — Custom-made teas and herbal kits

Harlem Haberdashery — Sells clothing apparel, accessories and aromatherapy sprays

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Suakoko Betty — Clothing line and accessories with African designs

Mielle Organics — Organic hair and skin care products

Africa On My Back — African-themed backpacks, messenger bags and more

Bee D’vine — Brand of honey wine

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Herstori Wraps — Headwraps, bandanas and other apparel

DIVVA Style — Journals with Black American design in mind

HerSol Beauty — Handmade body butter, scrubs and more

Sacred Vibes Apothecary — Various lifestyle products for a healthy immune system

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Happy Mango — Sells pregnancy products, baby clothes, items and more

Brave + Kind Bookshop — Online bookstore selling children’s books

Essence of Life Fragrances — Organic health and beauty products

Ebony Cleopatra Beauty — Handmade jewelry and accessories

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Borokiniyabo — Rompers, jumpers and other African-themed fashion wear

Harriett’s Bookshop — Carries titles from female artists, authors and activists

Baby Phat — Longtime clothing brand and beauty line

Shea Radiance — Whipper shea butter, African black soap and other skin/hair care products

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Black Girl Sunscreen–Sunscreen for people of color

See Line Ceramics — Handmade ceramics

Frugal Bookstore — Offers a variety of literary titles

The Honey Pot — Feminine products for health, travel, pregnancy and more

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Still not enough options? Facebook has a website for #BuyBlack Friday, along with guides and products from Black entrepreneurs. Black Business Friday will also be happening on Black Friday, where you can shop a selection of online businesses owned by Black entrepreneurs. Don’t forget to revisit these businesses on Cyber Monday, as well!

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