9 Ways To Support Black-Owned Brands — Even If You’re On A Budget
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Shopping without being intentional about where our dollars go? Not in this economy.
Whether we’re ordering takeout from local restaurants to keep them afloat or reading labels to find out how many miles our beefsteak tomatoes have traveled from vine to BLT, most of us are becoming increasingly conscientious of how we spend. That’s why we've teamed up with Target to select nine standout products from Black-owned brands that deserve a place in your kitchen, beauty routine, and the next evening you’re not booked for three back-to-back digital happy hours.
Even better? They’re all under $20, which means that, in one online order or a masked-up trip to your nearest store, you can both stick to your budget and still do your part to support these businesses.
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