Junita’s Jar not only offers up sweet treats but also provides healing for women affected by relationship violence and prevention for others.
Sabrina Jones had a problem with eczema and dry, over-sensitive skin. She created her solution and a thriving business: Body Love Products.
Chef Gerard Klass and his wife Brittney are the first Black husband-wife duo with a concessions stand at the Minnesota Twins ballpark.
For the past decade or so, Teto Wilson’s barbershop has served as a Northside staple for not just a good haircut, but also as a place for gathering, good times, and even accessing community resources.
The Black-owned restaurant boasts a menu like none other in the area, with soul food recipes based off of cheesy grits with a twist towards vegan ingredients.
Run by Raeisha Williams, the tea house first opened its doors in December 2017, although it’s been a dream of hers for quite a while.
Like many entrepreneurs, De’Vonna Pittman is a Jill of many trades. Her endeavors include launching the organic hair and skin line, Nature’s Syrup Skin & Hair Care.
‘We do air duct cleaning, which is our primary business. We started out doing apartment buildings and houses. As time went on we got into commercial air duct cleaning in hospitals, schools, an account for the airport — targeting big business and commercial buildings.’