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FAII UNITS

October 16, 2020

FAII UNITS

Hiya, my names Faith. I run a wigs business online. I offer many services such as: plucking, bleaching, trimming dyeing etc. I sell all types of wigs from sizes, lengths, textures and colours. I ship all over the UK. I will be starting a accessories business along side it so keep an eye out! Don’t be afraid to ask any questions!! And be sure to purchase one of my special wigs!!!

BLACK OWNED

April 14, 2021

Support Black-Owned Businesses

 181 Places to Start Online

 Sophia Conti

March 30, 2021
 Inside this Article

Racial and wealth disparities in the United States have been thrown into sharp relief by the COVID-19 pandemic and racial unrest throughout 2020. We see more clearly than ever just how often Black business owners and creatives have been thought of as less than their Caucasian counterparts – and Black businesses are paying the price.

Black businesses are impacted more deeply than Caucasian businesses by COVID-related closures, due to the long history of racial inequality that’s now exacerbated by the ongoing state of emergency.

It feels like an overwhelming problem – and it is – but there’s one simple thing you can do right now to help: Shop at Black-owned businesses whenever you can.

Supporting Black-owned businesses helps provide much-needed stability to business owners that have been hard hit by the pandemic. And you’re laying a foundation to continue to support Black businesses long after the crisis is over.

Once you start paying attention to who owns the businesses you shop at and where your money is going, you’ll be surprised at how your mindset starts to shift. It’s an easy, practical step to start changing the way you think while providing tangible support to Black business owners who need your help right now.

Where to start? We’ve got you covered. We’ve compiled a list of 181 Black-owned businesses across the United States in many different categories. Check out the link below.

https://www.websiteplanet.com/blog/support-black-owned-businesses/

 

Usher

in Agenda
November 07, 2022

Called an "R&B teen dream" by Rolling Stone, Usher was only 15 years old when he released his self-titled second album in 1994. (The album was executive produced by hitmaker Sean "P. Diddy" Combs.) Usher's 1997 hit single "You Make Me Wanna..." gained him international fame, and his album My Way earned him the 1998 Billboard Best Performer of the Year award. A sultry R&B singer in the old-school mode of Marvin Gaye and Luther Vandross, Usher has never been afraid to show off his muscular new-school physique. He has also dabbled in acting, with a recurring role on the teen sitcom Moesha, and roles in the films She's All That (1999, with Freddie Prinze, Jr.) and Texas Rangers (2001, with Ashton Kutcher). His other albums include 8701 (2001) and Confessions (2004). Confessions featured the singles "Burn" and "Yeah" (the latter a collaboration with Ludacris and Lil' Jon) and earned Usher four American Music Awards and eight Grammy nominations.

 
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