Black History Month: Supporting Black-Owned Businesses
Hope this brand new week is teaching you something amazing already as it is teaching me, and hope you are choosing to carry all that love that was in the air yesterday beyond the Valentine's day outpour of it. I believe in the law of sowing and reaping, and I also know that the soil sown into matters much more than the soil itself. For Black History Month, I have chosen to sow into a few black-owned artisans/businesses the way I can. This post is dedicated to some of these businesses, more details below:
INTERVIEW WITH OWNER OF L'ANTILLAISE - PRISCA MILLIANCE
For the second episode of season 2 of The Access Point Show, I got to chat with Prisca Milliance, the CEO of Lantillaise. L'antillaise (meaning 'West Indian Woman') is a fashion brand inspired by West Indian style, luxury quality, and ethically made products by artisans throughout the Carribean. Watch the full episode of the interview with Prisca below:
Cilverbow Botanicals offer a non-toxic, vegan and eco-friendly alternative to nail, hand & foot spa treatments. Shop Cilverbow Botanicals here!
BUY BLACK ON AMAZON
Thanks for reading, I hope that beyond the buy-black movement, and Black History Month, you would find some of these products beneficial to your needs, consciously choose to support more minority-owned businesses and craft when you can, and in turn sow into good soil...
... and let us all not stop dreaming!