Top 5 Black-Owned Businesses to Support in Philadelphia

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  1. Amazulu Collections

 

This little shop is was opened by Silversmith Charita Powell and is located in the Reading Terminal Market. Amazulu Collections has jewelry, dolls, sculptures, and much more all hand-crafted by Powell Herself. This hidden gem a cultural place where each item comes with a story.

 

Website: https://readingterminalmarket.org/merchant/amazulu/

 

  1. Black and Noble

 

This independently owned store sells books, DVDs, and art related to African-American culture. Black and Noble is located on South Street and even has a mobile app you can shop on. Their products are unique which makes it a very important establishment within the community. 

 

Website: https://www.blackandnobel.com/

 

  1. Freedom Apothecary

 

This space’s main goal is to empower women, especially women of color. Freedom Apothecary is an adorable shop that focuses on holistic wellness. Morrisa Jenkins and Bonkosi Horn teamed up together to bring Philadelphia one of the most amazing apothecary businesses in the city.

 

Website: https://www.freedomapothecary.com/new-project

 

  1. Marsh + Mane

 

This natural beauty supply store is elevated compared to others. Marsh + Mane sells a curated selection of natural hair, skin, and beard products. The design of their store is absolutely gorgeous and the quality of their products is superb. 

 

Website: https://marshandmane.com/

 

  1. Philadelphia Diamond Company

 

This custom jewelry store is known for their bridal designs. Philadelphia Diamond Company was launched by Ken Black in 2002. Him and his wife Nicole create a unique experience by really giving attention to what the customer is looking for.

Website: https://www.philadelphiadiamondco.com/about/

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