So you’re looking for ways to support the anti-racist movement in Canada. Well, one great way to do it is to support local black-owned businesses. In doing this, you’ll be helping to celebrate, as well as financially supporting, black culture.
And if you want an easy and convenient way to find those wonderful businesses to support, this website is one you’ll wanna check out. Afrobiz.ca is basically a database that’ll help you find black-owned businesses and black entrepreneurs all over the country. It’s all conveniently sorted by city and business category, so you can quickly find exactly what you’re looking for.
Here’s a list of ways to support the anti-racist movement while still social distancing
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Whether you’re looking for black-owned art galleries, media, or places to buy products, they’ve got useful information to send you in the right direction. They also have info on companies like real estate, legal services, and loads more.
Plus, they have a blog full of information on black culture that you can give a read during some of this extra time you’ve got these days.
So check out this website today and support local black-owned businesses.
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