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Supporting the BLM Movement
Posted: Jun 3, 2020

While this is just the beginning of the conversation, one of the ways to support the BLM movement is to highlight & celebrate Black-owned businesses and entrepreneurs within our community.

We’re shining a light on Black-owned businesses within our Burlington Downtown business area. We’ve also added a complete directory listing to Black-owned businesses across the Country in addition to resources and links to support the Black Lives Matter Movement below. We encourage you to never stop educating yourselves and to continuously show up as an ally for the Black community.

Angel’s Beauty Salon

Human & synthetic hair & wigs, hair & body products, barbering, braiding, weaving and much more.


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Bodega Wellness

Premium CBD + Beauty, Home & Wellness


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Dollface Beauty Bar

Beauty boutique specializing in eyelash extensions


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Joe’s African & Caribbean Market Inc.

African & Caribbean grocer. Products like Oxtail, Gari, Palm Soup, Callaloo, Bun & Cheese, Goat, Plantains, Fufu, Yams, etc.


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Studio Ame



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Canadian Black-Owned Business Directories:

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