Essence Shabazz has her sights on opening one of the first Black-owned beauty supply stores in North Minneapolis.
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Junita’s Jar not only offers up sweet treats but also provides healing for women affected by relationship violence and prevention for others.
Simply Wed, a new Twin Cities business, is helping couples create the perfect wedding experience without breaking the bank.
Sabrina Jones had a problem with eczema and dry, over-sensitive skin. She created her solution and a thriving business: Body Love Products.
What started as a hashtag in 2016, has grown into a full-fledged fashion campaign with hoodies serving as a learning tool and conversation starter.
Caribbean Smokehouse is bringing new flavor to barbecue in Stillwater.
Through the fire: Louis King, owner of Lola of the Lake, talks about rebuilding after his business burned down.
Tommie’s Pizza opened its doors in January as the Twin Cities’ only Black-owned pizza shop, and it’s sitting on prime real estate.
In just a few short years, North Minneapolis’ New Rules has become a community fixture for co-working and co-mingling.
Arubah Emotional Health Services, P.A. the 2019 Minnesota Minority Owned Small Business of the Year.