Latinx Heritage Month: Juntos Latinx

It’s Latinx Heritage Month, and we’re excited to celebrate the many ways that together, the diversity of Latinx-owned businesses make our communities better - Juntos Latinx. In addition to the health impacts of COVID-19, according to a Stanford University survey, from February to April 2020, the number of Latinx-owned businesses dropped by...
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Our In-TEN-tional List For Back-To-School Meals

As back-to-school season kicks off remotely, re-adjusting as a parent can be stressful. For those days when you just need to take a little something off of your plate, a convenient family-style meal awaits you at a restaurant in your neighborhood! If you’re ready to leave lunch and dinner...
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I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream For Racial Justice

When we #SpendLikeItMatters at PoC-owned small businesses, we tip the scales of economic justice toward a more fair and equitable society. That’s why we’re thrilled to announce a special racial justice ice cream collaboration with Sweet Alchemy!  Together, we’ve created three...
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Why Black-Owned Bookstores Matter

Photo: Estelita's Library in Seattle, Washington. Black-owned bookstores across the country have seen a rise in sales in the wake of widespread Black Lives Matter protests. However, in the months prior, many Black-owned bookstores were severely struggling to keep their doors open. For these stores to continue to thrive, we have to celebrate the...
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Support Black-Owned Businesses During the NWSL Challenge Cup

Rick Bowmer/Associated Press When the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) Challenge Cup kicked off on Saturday June 27, players from the Portland Thorns and the North Carolina Courage took a knee during the national anthem in solidarity of the Black Lives Matter movement. Online and on the...
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Our InTENtional List of QTPOC -owned businesses in Seattle

Photo credit: Tres Lecheria The modern LGBTQ rights movement owes a debt of gratitude to the leadership of Queer and Trans People of Color (QTPOC); notably Stormé DeLarverie, Sylvia Rivera, and Marsha P. Johnson.  During Pride Month (and all year long!) we encourage you to...
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Juneteenth 2020 – Black Owned Businesses Matter

Juneteenth commemorates the end of slavery in the U.S. While the Emancipation Proclamation signed by President Lincoln took effect in January 1863, it wasn't until June of 1865 that Union solders finally reached Galveston, Texas and the last enslaved African Americans learned that they were...
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