Join us on June 15th with the WMarkteplace in Honor of Juneteenth

Juneteenth marks the day when enslaved Black Americans in Galveston, Texas were notified of their emancipation. Commemorated every year on June 19th since 1865, Black communities come together to celebrate freedom, remembrance and progress.

This year, Juneteenth is observed alongside continued strife for Black-owned small businesses and stifled growth for Black working professionals. Juneteenth is a celebration, but it is also a reminder that there’s still a long way to go in closing racial and economic inequality gaps.
More awareness and year-round support of Black Owned Businesses and Brands is needed as much of us have not received federal funding or forgivable loans to survive through the pandemic and rising economic crisis.
Follow the brand as we continue to the conversation with other Black Woman Owned businesses on June 15th at 12pm (PST) through The W Marketplace.
TheWMarketplace Live: Honoring Juneteenth with Black Women-Owned Businesses

TheWMarketplace Live: Honoring Juneteenth with Black Women-Owned Businesses

About this event 

RSVP on Eventbrite herehttps://www.eventbrite.com/e/thewmarketplace-live-honoring-juneteenth-with-black-women-owned-businesses-tickets-156695288827

In honor of Juneteenth, join us as we showcase some of the Black women-owned businesses on TheWMarketplace. This installment of our live series will include apparel, accessories and beauty -- just in time for that Summer wardrobe refresh!

Businesses include:

About TheWMarketplace

TheWMarketplace is an e-commerce platform, on a mission to close the gender gap by empowering women-owned businesses. Check us out today to find products, professional services and non-profits -- all gender-balanced or women-led/owned.

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