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5 Websites And Apps That Make It Easy To Support Black-Owned Businesses

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Supporting black-owned businesses helps the black community to thrive, and now there are several apps and websites that make finding these businesses easier than ever. 

Here are some very accessible ones to keep on your radar:

1. We Buy Black

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WeBuyBlack.com

We Buy Blackis the largest online marketplace for black-owned businesses to showcase and sell their products to a global community. You can find everything from quality children’s toys to unique jewelry choices here.

2. Afroworld

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AfroWorld.org

AfroWorldconnects consumers to global black-owned businesses and professionals. You can search the site by specialty or location and make educated decisions with the help of reviews and profiles.

3. WHERE U Came From

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WHERE U Came From is a reliable black business directory app for Apple and Android devices. This app serves as a great guide when looking for pros or services in your area. 

4. iZania

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iZania is a network of high quality black-owned businesses, consumers, and professionals. The site includes a directory, an online marketplace, and blogs.  

5. Official Black Wall Street 

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OfficialBlackWallStreet.com

Official Black Wall Street provides a digital platform and database that "gives black-owned businesses, black entrepreneurs, and aspiring entrepreneurs a place to shine," according to their site. Their growing database is made up of over 1,000 verified black-owned businesses, allowing you to search for local businesses with ease. The site also provides reviews, news, and daily deals. 

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