Believe it or not, the holiday season is here. I don’t know about you, but I blinked and we went from Spring to Winter.
With everything that has been going on in the world and specially in the US, I’ve been trying to be very conscious about shopping local and trying to be more intentional about shopping from black-owned businesses. So, I thought it would be nice to create a little list of local businesses that we could all use to shop for the holidays. Hope you enjoy and if you have a black-owned business you’d like me to include here, send me an email at email@example.com. This list has been compiled by collecting information from the web and Facebook groups and it’s correct to my knowledge. Happy Shopping!
BIPOC Owned Local Business
Innovative children’s footwear brand
Beautiful Macramé creations
Art gallery and boutique with artisan-crafted goods and gifts, alongside industrial salvage and vintage goods
African Drums, including Djembe, Kpanlogo, Juju, and Talking Drums. They also sell small instruments like shakers and bells, and African clothing, jewelry, and beautiful print fabrics
Masks, snack packs, coffee filters and other beautiful things
Small batch online shop
Handmade Tops + Tunics using global textiles
Locally grown winery
Who doesn’t love crackers?
African Centered books, accessories and gifts
Aerial Drone Photography prints
Other Local Businesses to Support
Dreamy vintage clothing
Plants, Home Accessories, Apothecary
Toys and gifts for kids
Organic Botanicals and Handcrafted Home and Human Decor Made With Love in Oregon
A great way to share local Pacific NW treats to friends and family, especially for the upcoming holidays! These Brown Boxes are a nice surprise and supports a lot of small businesses!