The Buy Black Market
The Buy Black Market is thrilled to showcase and connect small black-owned businesses with a wider audience. Our goal is simple – to create a directory that celebrates the diversity and creativity of black entrepreneurs and spreads awareness on the importance of supporting these businesses. By highlighting the best in black culture, we’re promoting economic growth and development within our communities while fostering equal access to opportunities for all.
SamCol by Hicks
Shop SamCol by Hicks✨ Good for the soul — attracting your inner G✨SamCol by Hicks™ is a brand name under HOUSE OF HICKS LLC. SamCol by Hicks™️ sells fun and funky enamel pins, stylish literature, invigorating prose,healing crystals and novelty gifts for the seen and unseen energy connoisseur. Our goal is to enhance the luxury of owning products that produce positive energy and healing!We focus on being good for the soul while manifesting our tribe’s inner greatness. We emphasize on healing us, loving us and lifting us up through collaboration, engagement and exchange.
Craft Me Up Creations
I am Kia, creative guru of all things neat and cute. I am the owner of Craft Me Up Creations and the Co-Owner of A CURATED BOOKSTORE. My craft love started as a hobby for therapy, now I am on the move! Shop Craft Me Up Creations for all things neat and cute. I have a distinct passion for uniqueness and personalization.
I am the wife to a supportive husband and mother to the most adorable children.
So Amazing! Black Culture
Welcome to the BLACK MARKET @soamazingblackculture !! Denise’s goal is to create content that celebrates who we are and what we have accomplished as a culture. We have a lot of things out there to shine the light on. There are a lot of moments and achievements in time that have warmed our hearts, given us pride and made us smile. The “So Amazing! Black Culture Word Search Book” series will work to amplify the coolness, creativity and sense of humor that makes Black culture so special.
I am a proud two time graduate of Alabama A&M University, having earned my Bachelor’s degree and MBA at the HBCU. As we say on The Hill, “Long Live Thy Fame” and “Let’s Go Bulldogs”!
An Arizona native, I love all things Black culture. I enjoy traveling, spending time with friends & family and seeking out new adventures.
I really hope you enjoy our word search puzzles as well as our journals and workbooks. You can check back here often for new word search book releases. Thank you for your support!
The Writing Tree LLC
Monica is a visual artist and emerging author. Based in Atlanta, Georgia, and a native of Alabama, Monica enjoys steeping much of her fiction writing and artwork in Black southern heritage and its ties to modern culture. As a student of history, she aspires to convey the connecting fibers of the past and the present and how they coexist within the contemporary human condition. Whether in a spirit of rebellion against systems or reflected in the psychological struggles we carry and struggle with daily. “Songs of Lost Things…” is her first novel and will also feature a series of original art pieces to accompany the story and its themes.
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Black Women Rest Retreat
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Simmer & Sip Tea Society
Kimberly specializes in the history of women’s images, southern culture and the Black Freedom Struggle. Her contributions to publicly accessible history include work at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of American History, The National Park Service, The Rosa Parks Museum and GOOGLE’s Arts & Culture series. Kimberly is currently curating tea conversations with her vintage tea company @simmerandsipteasociety while a member of the faculty in the Department of History at Florida A&M University and sparkle is her favorite color. Check out how tea, sequins and serious scholarship come together in her role as Director for the digital Museum of Black Beauty.