Juneteenth

Celebrate Juneteenth with us by supporting these businesses, creators, and artists.

BUSINESSES

Hygiene & Care:

Hanahana Beauty - An amazing company that sells soaps, body butters, oils, and other products

Black Girl Sunscreen - Affordable sunscreen that doesn't leave any residue or white cast

The Honey Pot - Plant-based feminine hygiene products

Base Butter - Skincare products best known for their aloe vera based moisturizer 

Uoma Beauty - Makeup brand with a wide range of shades and undertones

The Lip Bar - Has so many good quality lip products as well as innovative foundations 

  - Very affordable and can be found at Target (vegan, cruelty-free)

TGIN - Haircare products, all-natural comprehensive line, from edge gel to leave-in conditioners

Lady Shamaka - A black women owned business who advocates for healing starting with the mind, body, and soul through selling healing teas, herbs, sage, metaphysical tools, and Palo bundles.

 Blk & Grn - basically the Black-owned Amazon for skincare and home products

Range Beauty - As the name suggests, they create products for all skin tones and types,and they place an emphasis on having skincare infused with their products to promote skin health 

Mielle Organics - High-quality hair care products that work wonders on hair and they smell so good

Curl Box - A natural hair product subscription service. Every month you can try new curly hair products and they’ll be shipped right to your door.

Ginger and Liz - A cruelty-free nail polish company

Camille Rose Naturals - A natural hair and skincare company

Naeemah’s Natural Essentials - A black, queer, and women-owned business that creates unique vegan and cruelty-free cosmetics

FOOD

BLK & Bold - a coffee and tea company 

5% of all their profits go to initiatives that support sustaining youth programming, enhancing workforce development, and eradicating youth homelessness.

The MonAlicia Bakes - Homemade from- scratch cookies

Aubrey's Treat Lab - Aubrey operates a small bakery in Atlanta. She can recreate all of your favorite desserts and is able to ship select items from her website to all 50 states.

Callaloo Box - From Caribbean seasoning to cooking staples, Callaloo Box incorporates Caribbean flavors into sauces, condiments, snacks, drinks, and more.

CONTENT CREATORS

@urdoingreat

@ggggrimes

@transparentblackgirl

@richchane

@__jinx

@jadealycebod

@Nymatang

@JaiMarih 

@tanicharose 

@Ayanagabriellelage

@danielleprescod

@JadeFox

@teawithqj

ARTISTS

Godly Gorgeous - Paintings and Art Decor

Kgreen Art - Keira is an artist who creates beautiful Black art

AlijhaeArts - Alojahé West is a college student creating beautiful pieces to help her pay for school

Sjohnson Designs - A design and illustrator selling art prints, enamel pins, patches, etc.

Semicolonchi - Chicago’s only Black women-owned bookstore and gallery space

NoirnicornProds - Gabby is an artist who sells original art and prints along with stickers

Sheisthisdesigns - Focuses on illustrations of women of all colors

Afro Basel - A contemporary art space for the African diaspora - they do culture, fashion, dance, art, music and more

Arabiasart - Black artist that focuses on activism, art and poetry

CLOTHING & ACCESSORIES

PUR Home - sells natural and non-toxic household cleaning products

Melanie Marie - A jewelry company

Hubane - A clothing brand ran by Howard University students

The Juma Brand - Jewelry influenced by imperial ancient dynasties

Terrance Williams Designs - Handmade sustainably produced and ethically sourced accessories by the queer-identifying artist Terrance Williams

Nubian Skin - Lingerie and undergarments that empowers women of color to embrace the skin they are in

Neiteh - Handcrafted African infused women’s apparel

Cee Cee’s Closet - Selling African printed, and satin headwraps, scarves, and headbands

Spoiled Boutique - A higher-end clothing company that sells all types of clothing as well as accessories

Kreative Kulture - A small brand based out of Orangeburg county in South Carolina that sells essential yet stylish pieces for affordable prices

Yayataleh - Black-owned clothing brand branched out of New York

Mayfield Skate Co. - Ezekiel Mayfield  runs and owns an online skate shop where they sell dope tees

Yoso Clothing - A Black-owned clothing brand. Started by a graduate from North Carolina A&T State University- An HBCU

By Charles Jay - From being a cancer survivor to fashion designer, nothing can stop Charles Jay and his goal to inspire millions and provide products to those who stand out and walk with purpose

The Simple Gurl x Guy - A sustainable brand with everyday products for everyday use

ORGANIZATIONS/INFLUENCERS (LGBTQ+)

Kat Blaque - Trans blogger and YouTuber who focuses on race, gender, and social justice 

MyLifeaseva - Bisexual Youtuber that focuses on her everyday life 

BREAKOUT! - Seeks to end the criminalization of LGBTQ+ youth by building a safer and better New Orleans (youthbreakout.org)

The Okra Project - A collective that provides resources and meals to black trans people. The Okra Project has also set up The Nina Pop Mental Health Recovery Fund and The Tony McDade Mental Health Recovery Fund, emergency mutual aid funds that raise money for mental health therapy

Black Visions Collective - Aims to organize Black and brown communities and dismantle systems of violence while centering queer and trans folx

LGBTQ Freedom Fund - Posts bail for low-income individuals in jails and immigration detention centers

Marsha P. Johnson Institute - Works to protect and defend the rights of Black transgender people

Lavender Rights Project - Provides low cost civil legal services and community programming to LGBTQ+ people and marginalized communities

For the Gworls - Raises money for black trans people’s gender-affirming procedures and rent

Snap Co. (Solutions Not Punishment Collaborative) - a black trans -  and queer led abolitionist organization based in Atlanta

Citywide Youth Coalition - An intersectional network of over 500 youth individuals working together to build a courageous community in which all youth can succeed.

WORKS CITED