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10 fun ways to support Black creators from home during COVID-19 👍🏾
Photo Credit: Retha Ferguson The past few weeks have been pretty strange for all of us, to say the least. The COVID-19 pandemic has uprooted our lives and is causing a lot of uncertainty for everyone, including Black-owned businesses. Studies show that only 0.2% of all venture capital funding went to startups founded by Black women in 2016, which illustrates just how hard it can be for Black-owned companies to stay afloat even in the best of times. Since many of us are isolating at home and in desperate need of fun things to do, we decided to create a list of fun activities...
Come visit us at pop-up markets across Toronto and the GTA 🚋
Embed from Getty Images Itching to get your hands on a satin-lined beanie? Need to stock up on Ayurvedic hair growth powders, or need to step up your scalp massage game with some essential oils? You can always shop on our online store, but we'd also love to meet you in person! We're fortunate enough to be vending at the following pop-up shops across Toronto and the Greater Toronto Area over the next few months. Come say hi and support small businesses! Canadian Naturalistas Hair Expo, Etobicoke - May 17 The Come Up Market, Toronto - June 1 (Unfortunately,...
Support inclusion this Sunday at the Venus Fest Winter Market! 🏳️🌈
The Venus Fest Winter Market is an amazing opportunity to celebrate women, trans, non-binary, and LGBTQ+ creators here in Toronto. If you're free, we'd love to see you there! It'll be a great opportunity for you to stock up on satin-lined gifts for your loved ones. 😉 You'll also get $2 off tickets to the evening show, and $2 from each ticket will be donated to the Anduhyaun Centre for Indigenous Women. Learn more.