In today’s episode, we’re going to discuss why having a seat at the table isn’t worth the price of admission.
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Feature: The Industry That Black Women Builthttps://www.essence.com/news/money-career/business-black-beauty/
As Black buying power grows, racial profiling by retailers remains persistent problem
Being Followed Around a Korean Beauty Supply Store Made Me Rethink Where I Spend My Money
Roots of tension: race, hair, competition and black beauty stores
Issa Rae no longer heeds advice to cast white characters in her shows: ‘We are enough’
T H E S TAT E O F B L A C K E N T R E P R E N E U R S H I P I N AMERICA
Building supportive ecosystems for Black-owned US businesses
Black dance creators’ strike on TikTok sparks online appropriation conversation
Small Businesses Have Surged in Black Communities. Was It the Stimulus?
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