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Kay's Kettle Corn

Fashion, Clothing, Tees, Unisex, Entertainment & Toys, Books, Food & Beverage, Other
Women Owned
Gourmet Kettle Corn. Gluten free, all natural popcorn. Celebrate What Makes You POP! to visit www.kayskettlecorn.com

Goodnight Hair Bonnets

Hair & Headwear, Haircare, Hair growth/repair, Other, Accessories, Children, Entertainment & Toys, Books
Women Owned
It’s no secret that finding ways to promote healthy hair growth can seem like a difficult task. Understanding the thoughts and feelings of the parents, Goodnighthairbonnets have introduced the best hair accessory for children. With the motive of nighttime hair care, we have formed the hair bonnets with double layer protection so that children can be relaxed during nights and dryness do not bother them. The main story behind this launch is the care and affection for children that we hold within our hearts. Typically, you may find many companies designing hair bonnets for adults. But, the special care for little ones is very hard to find in the designs of hair bonnets. Therefore, we have made the bonnets as the shielders for your child's hair. Why us? • In the wide range of markets, you may find the single layer bonnets. Therefore we have made our satin bonnets special with the help of the double layer. • Generally, the bonnets can restrict the children hair from getting tangled, but moisture still escapes from those as well. However, our double layer creates a screen for the moisture due to which it does not escape from hair. • The cotton pillows can cause the dryness into the hair of a child, but these bonnets protect the child hair from that issue as well. • If you are seeking rapid hair growth of your child in a healthy way, then our satin bonnets are the most prominent bonnets to choose as these do not allow the hair to get damaged. If you are also seeking to cheer up your child with soothing sleep, then you are merely a few steps away. Every part of your body deserves care even the hair too.

Corage Dolls

Fashion, Accessories, other, Entertainment & Toys, Dolls, Books, Miscellaneous
Women Owned
Corage Dolls is a multicultural doll company that helps to elevate, educate, and encourage girls of color to be unstoppable. When I was in high school I watched the documentary “Girl Like Me” in which a “doll test” was conducted. A group of black children were given a black doll and a white doll and asked various questions about the doll's perceived attributes such as which one was smarter, prettier, uglier, etc. The majority of the children chose the white doll when it came to anything positive and when the children were asked which doll they associated most with they said the black doll. Now you must know that this same test was conducted more than 60 years earlier and garnered similar results. It was frustrating and disheartening to see how children as young as 5 could already have a negative perception of themselves and internalized racism. I didn’t know at the time what I wanted to do with this realization, but I knew I would always remember that moment. Numerous studies and child psychologists have shown that many children of color specifically girls undervalue themselves due to a lack of positive representation in images and the media. Especially, in the toy industry where toy shelves carry dismal levels of diversity, children derive meaningful lessons from their toys as they’re building their imagination and cognitive skills. As time went on I soon built this idea of wanting to fix the toy aisle with positive representation of dolls of color that weren’t fashion dolls. I wanted to celebrate black beauty through dolls that looked authentic and liked girls of today, educate children on rich career developmental stories that were inspired by girls today taking charge in the space of entrepreneurship, STEM, activism, and more and lastly, build a sense of sistership

Paige & Paxton

Children, Entertainment & Toys, Books, Other
Free Shipping, Women Owned
The concept of Paige & Paxton is more than 20 years in the making. In the 1980s, Rachel O. Williams was looking for a way to give her two daughters an edge in math and science. She searched for resources, but at the time, the majority of the available elementary STEM content was, well, boring. So she started using these two puzzle piece characters that she created for a business venture to teach some of the more complex concepts through storytelling. This approach made the math and science more interesting and relevant for all involved—Jessica, Kelley, and Rachel. Fast forward 20 years later, and something amazing had occurred. Both Kelley and Jessica were excelling in science and math-related fields and actively involved in STEM pipelining programs for youth. They convinced their mom to bring the characters back to life and build an elementary STEM initiative with the characters at the core. A year later, they secured Chicago Public Schools as their first major client. Unbeknownst to Rachel, she had stumbled across what is considered best practices in elementary STEM today: early exposure with an emphasis on accuracy and relevance. It’s strange how things turn out. Rachel never imagined that those two rudimentary boxy puzzle piece characters would evolve into an elementary STEM system that would change the way we teach STEM in this country and what we believe our youngest students are capable of. The whole concept of Paige & Paxton grew out of Rachel’s love for her children and a desire to do what was best for them and now more than twenty years later, her creation, Paige & Paxton, is at the forefront of a movement to do what’s best for all children.

Polished Beauties

Fashion, Accessories, Jewelry, Handbags, Sunglasses, Books, Condiments & Spices, Savory, Lifestyle
Charitable, Free Shipping, Luxury, Veteran Owned, Women Owned, Made in America, Handmade, Natural, Cruelty-Free
Yalanda Jacques is the Owner & Founder of Polished Beauties based in the Atlanta, Georgia area. She has over 20 years in the beauty, fashion & entertainment industries combined. And honed her retail skills, and eye for quality at companies like the luxury retailer Neiman Marcus, where she managed their Fine Jewelry & Designer Handbag departments for several years. Ms. Jacques is also a Veteran of the U.S. Air Force, and has traveled all over the globe in admiration of beautiful fashion accessories with unique designs. Her travels have allowed her to understand beauty, fashion and culture on an international level firsthand that many ever have the opportunity to experience.

Philly & Friends

Home & Garden, Decor, Children, Entertainment & Toys, Toys, Books, Arts & Crafts
Women Owned
Philly & Friends is a contemporary children's brand with purpose. It offers unique products that encourage confidence, self-love and diversity in our beloved children while supporting underprivileged kids around the world. Inspired by my daughter whose nickname is Philly, I wanted to create a children’s character kids everywhere can love and identify with. One who is strong, confident and happy, goes on adventures, as curious as George, laughs from within and loves wholeheartedly with tight hugs and lots of kisses. Philly & Friends was born out of a desire to see children grow up to see beauty in themselves and to believe they can be anything they want to be. Our Debut book is titled: Who Do I See in the Mirror?

Dinka Appearl

Accessories, Children, Fashion, Clothing, Footwear, Entertainment & Toys, Adult (sex toys, etc), Toys, Dolls, Games, Books, Other, Pet, Condiments & Spices, Savory, Other, Lifestyle
Ships Internationally, Women Owned, Youth Involved, Made in America, Handmade
Here at Dinka we combine a mixture of African and American Designs to make beautiful And high quality Clothing and Apparel.what makes us different is we take pride in our self's and our history .

Taji Mag

Hair & Headwear, Accessories, Entertainment & Toys, Books
Free Shipping, Luxury, Ships Internationally, Women Owned, Made in America, Handmade, Natural, Cruelty-Free, Vegan
Vol 1 of Taji Mag released on December 7th of 2014 by Editor & Principal Photographer, NayMarie, and has quickly grown to be a symbol of unapologetic Blackness. Taji was launched to fill the void of positive news surrounding the Black community in mainstream media. After Mike Brown was wrongly executed and placed on display for the world to watch, the Black community rallied together. Most wanted to ‘shop Black’ but few knew where to begin. 9 days later, NayMarie started a group, the Black Owned Business Collective (later forming into Our Black Web with partner, Will Focus), and quickly discovered the depth of Black businesses and amazing stories that needed to be shared. Combining this with her passion as a photographer, Taji Mag was solidified on November 1st and released a month later. Conceptualized in New York, Taji has readers and a tribe across the global African diaspora.

I wear African

Fashion, Clothing, Footwear, Toys, Dolls, Books, Notebooks, Other, Sports & Outdoors, Electronics, Food & Beverage
Luxury, Ships Internationally, Women Owned, Family Owned, Made in America, Handmade
I Wear African is a campaign initiative created to promote and celebrate the contemporary African lifestyle by bringing the best quality Afrocentric brands to our fans.

Nikkolas Smith

Home & Garden, Decor, Children, Fashion, Clothing, Men’s, Women’s, Unisex, Entertainment & Toys, Books, Office, Paper & Stationery, Greeting Cards, Lifestyle, Miscellaneous, Arts & Crafts
Nikkolas Smith, a native of Houston, Texas, is a Master of Architecture recipient from Hampton University. After designing theme parks at Walt Disney Imagineering for 11 years, he is now a Concept artist, Children's Books Author and Film Illustrator. He is the author/illustrator of the picture books "The Golden Girls of Rio" (nominated for an NAACP Image Award) and My Hair Is Poofy And That's Okay. The latest children’s book he has illustrated, World Cup Women features the World Champion USWNT. He also creates activist art paintings and Hollywood movie posters (Black Panther, Beale Street, Southside With You, Dear White People, Stranger Fruit). He is a proud 2016 White House Innovators of Color fellow. As an illustrator of color and an Artivist, Nikkolas is focused on creating captivating art that can spark important conversations in today's world and inspire meaningful change. Many of his viral and globally published sketches are included in his latest book Sunday Sketch: The Art of Nikkolas, a visual journey on life and a collection of more than 100 sketches he has done in the last five years. His works have been featured on TIME Magazine, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, CNN, HLN, Buzzfeed, the Academy of Motion Pictures, The Guardian, ABC, NBC, KCET, BBC and many more. His art has been shared on social media by Michelle Obama, Van Jones, Shaun King, Rihanna, Colin Kaepernick, Janet Jackson, Jamie Foxx, Viola Davis, Erykah Badu, Lupita Nyong'o, Kendrick Lamar, Tracee Ellis Ross, Ava Duvernay, Common, Simone Biles, Miley Cirus, Mark Ruffalo, Jesse Williams, Amy Shumer and many others. Nikkolas also talks for conferences (TEDxWatts) and schools all over the country, leads workshops in digital painting character and movie poster and design. He lives in Los Angeles, California.