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Seagram’s Escapes is partnering with Real Housewives of Atlanta stars and entrepreneur Cynthia Bailey, who helped create Seagram’s Escapes Peach Bellini flavor, and her celebrity friend Eva Marcille to promote Black-owned businesses, help drive sales and award small business grants. Real Housewives of Atlanta star and co-creator of Seagram’s Escapes Peach Bellini, Cynthia Bailey is teaming up with the brand on its newest program, Seagram’s Escapes Holiday Marketplace: Featuring Black-Owned Businesses, to help support these small businesses and drive sales during the important holiday shopping season. Seagram’s Escapes

It’s been an exciting couple of years for EnJunaya Canton, owner of Zuhuri Beauty, a skin care line originally created for African American women. Based out of Los Angeles, Canton has been rapidly growing her company for the past few years and is constantly thinking about how she can take it further. Started in 2006, Zuhuri Beauty was born out of a desire for cleaner, healthier skin care products. After seeing transformative results from starting an organic and vegan diet, Canton realized how much of a difference that

The state of Pennsylvania does not currently have a Black owned brewery. In fact, under 2 percent of American breweries are Black owned. Two West Philadelphia brothers, Rich Koilor and Mengistu Koilor, are looking to change that. "The more we looked into the brewing industry, the more we saw that there weren't a lot of Black brewers or Black-owned breweries," said Rich Koilor. "That kind of pushed us to, why not be the first Black-owned brewery in Philly?" Mengistu adds, "Something that's Black-owned that belongs to us where we

As appeared first on the Chicago Defender By Racquel Coral In the month following the brutal murder of Minneapolis resident George Floyd, several major companies have shown their support for the Black community through statements, the inclusion of more Black people in executive roles, as well as donations and investments. One of the largest came from the tech giant, PayPal’s venture capital arm, PayPal Ventures. As part of their $530 commitment to Black-owned businesses and communities, PayPal Ventures has pledged $500 million in direct investments. The funds will be used