Hello Sister Cities,
I am writing to ask you to Shop Black-Owned this holiday. Please shop with our network of Black Women Entrepreneurs. When you buy from a Black Woman owned business, you support a Community. Your economic impact can be transformative.
Innovative entrepreneurs in our Holiday Directory, provide curated gifts, art, delicious desserts, cocktail catering and innovative foods for holiday festivities. View our Directory by clicking the image or the link below.
This Holiday, you can attend Events run by Black Women Entrepreneurs. Enjoy new experiences and meet people at enriching holiday events.
Live Theater: “Black Nativity” staged in San Diego’s historic Common Ground black theater. Two December dates. Based loosely on the famous original Langston Hughes play.
ART and Kwanzaa: Oya Art Gallery & Boutique in Southeastern San Diego. Kwanzaa Kinara Workshop – Make your own candle holder. Check out the boutique for holiday gifting, too. Kim Philips-Pea is the Entrepreneur behind this hidden-gem gallery.
Support Black Women Fashion Designers: Black Rac, by Designer Rosita Beaty, is hosting her annual fashion event, showcasing Black Fashion designers. Enjoy the festive holiday vibe. If you love her designs, refer her business.
Support Food Justice and Equity: Project New Village “Fannie Lou Hamer Legacy Celebration” Fundraiser. Be inspired, enjoy great food and a community who cares about Food Justice. Bring your checkbook. It’s a fundraiser!
Thrive Holiday Farmer’s Market: Thrive market will be featuring tastings by three of the Black Chef Entrepreneurs from the SCP network. Be sure to find them and taste their creations. Thrive market promotes small business entrepreneurs in a holiday market setting. The market is used to raise money for their dog rescue.
Holiday 12 Barks of Christmas Market: Shala Waines of the Waines Agency is using her expertise to bring entrepreneurs to the 12 Barks of Christmas, a dog spectacular that is sure to be a fun holiday outing. Shala is known for her Soul Swap Meet brand and her passion to use live market platforms as an economic engine for entrepreneurs of color.
Thank you joining Sister Cities Project to shop with Black Women Entrepreneurs this holiday!