February is designated to celebrating African American achievements and contributions as well as recognizing their role in U.S history. This is best known as Black History Month. During this time using your spending power to help spread equity within the black community by supporting black business can make the difference.
Black business owners are a vital part of the American economy and support of their entrepreneurship results in community and growth opportunities. While minority entrepreneurs may still face significant barriers, expanding education and access to resources helps Black business owners grow their business and thrive. This is why it is important that all businesses owners have access to resources and funding that can help them no matter their background. Black entrepreneurship and history in America have strong ties to the overall economy. Celebrating and giving back to those who support communities and are minorities can make the difference.
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