Welcome to the #BlackBlogsMatter challenge! Throughout the 28 days of February, my posts will not (necessarily) be about HR, Leadership or Management topics.
Black Owned Businesses face the same difficulties and discrimination as any other person or issue surrounding Black people. So in order to be successful and maintain a reputation of excellence, they must work harder.
For those Black Owned Businesses working hard to be successful and maintain a reputation of excellence, it is important to support them. Which is why I agreed highlighting Black Owned Businesses as part of this blog challenge was so important.
As I’ve shared in other posts, I got married in July 2016. It was a beautiful day.
And what made it so beautiful were our hardworking vendors. Most of which were Black Owned. I want to shout them out and encourage you to consider them for your events and needs:
Without these wonderful Black professionals, my day would not have been as magical.
I salute them and all the Black Businesses Owners out there working so hard to be the best they can be at what they do.
Tune in tomorrow for the FINAL post: Day 28 – Black Consciousness