12 Black-owned businesses, artists to support

Supporting Black businesses is more important than ever, not only because of the ongoing fight against racial injustices and anti-black racism in the U.S. and around the world -- but also because COVID-19 has disproportionately affected Black and brown people, women and small businesses. Here are 12 businesses at various stages of growth in diverse industries to support -- most are woman-owned, too! Splendid Rain Pro-Black Apparel | Website | Instagram This amazing brand is Black- and woman-owned and features quality clothing with high-quality burns like "COLUMBUS WAS A MURDERER," "FUCK YOUR RACIST GRANDMA" and "PRO-BLACK, ANTI-BULLSHIT." Take a stand and look good doing it. Lex Jewels Women

Affordable diversity and inclusion education for every size business

We believe that all businesses, big and small, should have access to diversity, equity and inclusion education so we are having a free DEI workshop in September. (Though donations are appreciated!) Join us for Walking the Walk to a More Diverse Workplace on Tuesday, Sept. 15 from 1 pm to 3 pm EDT. Get tickets to this virtual event here. Our workshop is special because it features: - live performances by women of color (Nancy Méndez-Booth and Paula Ralph Birkett) - a brief talk that addresses multiple kinds of diversity at every level of operations - a team exercise that builds DEI-consciousness In this 2-hour online workshop, your team will explore ways you can enhance your culture of equity

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with performances, workshops

Is your school, company or community group looking for fun ways to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month? Look no further -- In Full Color's talented performers are here to educate, engage and entertain! Book live performances, community talkbacks, workshops and even musical concerts with In Full Color this fall. You'll discover how Latinx women's stories can foster connection for diverse audiences -- we even have bilingual performances available. See some of our artists at work: Love Vet by Cindy AnaCaona Peralta Points of Interest: Love, romance, poetry My Body by Daniela Rincon Points of Interest: Body image, self-love, poetry I Forgive You by Yarineth Vargas Peña, performed by Liliane Wolf P

Black causes you should support

Looking for ways to support Black causes, but not sure which ones to choose? When In Full Color recently raised $1,720 through our Bloom Virtual Summit and Juneteenth overmatching campaigns, we faced a similar dilemma. While our efforts were originally focused on raising funds for Black Lives Matter, our campaigns greatly exceeded our expectations and we decided to broaden our impact. We chose the Audre Lorde Project, which advocates for Black queer folx; the Black Diaspora Club at McNair Academic H.S., a completely student-run group that organized one of the biggest local protests; and the Jersey City, N.J. branch of the NAACP. To see how we divided the funds, click here. It was important

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