8 Black Women Owned Businesses to Support on 'A Day Without a Woman'

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March 08, 2017 By Millions Two One Staff
March 8th is "A Day Without A Woman" and WomensMarch.com is asking that everyone join in by avoiding to shop for one day (with exceptions for small, women- and minority-owned businesses), taking the day off, from paid & unpaid labor and by wearing RED in solidarity.  Here is a list of eight Black women owned business to support on "A Day Without A Woman":



Rahama Wright, a Queen Boss contestant presented her prouct of high-quality shea products.  Established in 2005, Shea Yeleen International, Inc. is a social enterprise dedicated to empowering women in West Africa and the United States through the production, sale and use of shea butter products. A unique blend of grassroots organizing and business development, Shea Yeleen is a company that specializes in manufacturing high quality, organic, fair trade skin care products and utilizing a sales strategy that incorporates women’s’ micro enterprise development.  Ultimately, our beneficiaries are the women producers who will receive a fair price, small business start-ups and our consumers who will have access to a guaranteed high-quality product that meets their health, cosmetic and personal beauty needs.



JJ Smith

Author JJ Smith provides a brand-new meal plan that will assist readers with incorporating green smoothies into their everyday routine while developing healthier long-term eating habits and improving their overall health. More than a weight loss plan, the 10-Day Green Smoothie Cleanse, designed by nutritionist and certified weight-loss expert JJ Smith, became a way of life. Readers reported that they not only shed pounds but they also slept better, thought more clearly, and were in better over-all health, with some adherents, in consultation with their doctor, even moving off medication.                                                      

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