Scotty’s personally curated list of books, videos, authors, activists, and other resources for learning more about The systemic injustice in our nation’s history and how we can all do better.
Always evolving, growing, and learning—if you have any resources that have been powerful to you, please share with us.
An ongoing list compiled by makeup artist Tami K. Shirey.
As a white makeup artist I want to use my platform to showcase and promote the growth of Black owned beauty brands. This is my responsibility. I solely stand with cruelty free beauty as many of my clients can already tell you. So here it is; my list of Black owned beauty lines that are cruelty free!
Hope you enjoy and we can continue to do our part in raising up our Black community! Remember, your wallet is a very powerful tool as well as your platform. Use them both wisely!
If the brand is vegan the name is listed in bold, mostly vegan it'll have an asteric*. Email me suggestions to add on or check out! This list is going to be updated regularly.
Black Lives Matter. Always. Period. No questions.
Article listing anything from Art & Design, Beauty and Books to Clothing, Cannibis-Related Businesses and Wellness, and Plants.
Supporting Black-owned businesses helps provide much-needed stability to business owners that have been hard hit by the pandemic. And we're laying a foundation to continue to support Black businesses long after the crisis is over.
Once you start paying attention to who owns the businesses you shop at and where your money is going, you’ll be surprised at how your mindset starts to shift. It’s an easy, practical step to start changing the way you think while providing tangible support to Black business owners who need your help right now.
Alain has been a chef for nearly 20 years ((14 of which were still with Emeril Lagasse). He is also a freelance photographer, gastronaut, bon vivant, traveler & general explorer.
It took many federal acts to finally provide legal protection against discrimination. To pass the real estate exam, you must know what these acts are and who they protect. As a real estate agent, you must understand the federal fair housing laws and apply them in real-life practice.