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.
TheWMarketplace Live: Honoring Juneteenth with Black Women-Owned Businesses
About this event
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!
- Erika Dalya Massaquoi, The OULA Company
- Mamesho Macaulay, Oumuwa
- Tracey Kearse, AcARRE Beauty
- Lanee Bradshaw, Lanee's Resin Alchemy
- Dana Walker, Pretty by Cinderella's Closet
- Akilah Jackson, SunSum® Intentional Living
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.