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A woman's boutique featuring plus and large size clothing and everything in between. with up to date fashion for every women

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Black woman owned optometry clinic in West Little Rock, Arkansas.

Little Rock, Arkansas
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Our mission is to offer holistic and natural health, wellness, and beauty solutions. We believe in nourishing our bodies with whole foods rich in minerals, vitamins, and other essential nutrients.

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1. AALBC dot com, LLC

New York, New York
AALBC.com (African American Literature Book Club) is the oldest, largest, and most frequently visited, web site dedicated to books and film by or about people of African descent. Founded in 1997. More Info
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2. Baltimore Times

Baltimore, Maryland
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3. New Roots Development, LLC

Atlanta, Georgia

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4. Cook Studios

Brooklyn, New York
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5. Speak Write Play

Yes, I Am a Black Business
Somerset, New Jersey
English language services from editing and proofreading to English language art tutoring to English classes for adults. More Info
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6. Khelsea Purvis Editorial Services LLC

Randolph, Massachusetts
Khelsea Purvis Editorial Services LLC helps creative minds perfect their storytelling skills by providing book coaching, critiquing, editing, and proofreading services. More Info
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7. Perceptual Plazz

Coconut Creek, Florida
Perceptual Plazz is a growing poet, author, and columnist who performers her work occasionally. She also extends professional editing and content developing services. Find her on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and her website perceptionofplazz.com. More Info
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8. VMH Publishing

Atlanta, Georgia
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9. The Gray Perspective

Kentucky, Kentucky
The Gray Perspective services range from editing, revising, creating original content, blogs, website bios, etc. Additionally, requests for public speaking, workshop facilitation, and journal writing, may be granted. More Info
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10. Slavesusa

Louisville, Kentucky
Please don’t miss the message! Descendants of slaves’ cultural potential is being wasted because we simply don’t know who we are! The only common denominator that links all descendants of slaves together and makes us who we are is slavery in America More Info
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11. J&B Press LLC

Yes, I Am a Black Business
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
J&B Press LLC Publishes Works Related To The Arts And The Experiences Of Marginalized Communities. More Info
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12. GUSHFILMS

Yes, I Am a Black Business
Miami, Florida