Juneteenth commemorates the end of slavery in the United States. To observe Juneteeth, we reflect on the history and steps forward toward equality, but we must also acknowledge the work that still needs to be done.

In honor of Juneteenth, our #BlackFolx affinity group (in partnership with our Juneteenth DE&I Subcommittee) has pulled together some recommendations for Black-owned businesses and brands that you can support now and throughout the year.

Here at M Booth, one of the many ways we’re able to stay connected as colleagues is through our various community-focused Slack channels. From home-cooking to Diversity Equity & Inclusion, these channels allow us to connect based on our interests and passions. #BlackFolx is a Slack channel for Black-identifying Boothers. Similarly we have channels: #LatinxFolx, #AsianFolx, and #QueerFolx. 

Did you know: FOLX is used to explicitly signal the inclusion of groups commonly marginalized – Women of color, Transgender women, Disabled women, Gender-nonconforming folx.

Check out this list of Black-owned businesses that you can support today and everyday. 


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Beauty/Skin Care/Wellness


  • Negril (New York City)
  • Sweet Chick (New York City)
  • Harlem Hops (New York City) 
  • Ben’s Chili Bowl (Washington, D.C.) 
  • Georgia Brown’s (Washington, D.C.)
  • Slutty Vegan (Atlanta) 
  • The Busy Bee Cafe (Atlanta) 
  • Dooky Chase (New Orleans) 
  • Roscoe’s Chicken & Waffles (Los Angeles) 
  • Turkey Leg Hut (Houston) 
  • The Breakfast Klub (Houston) 
  • 48th Street Grille (Philadelphia)
  • Barkley’s BBQ (Philadelphia)
  • Lorna’s Caribbean & American Grill (Miami)
  • KC Healthy Cooking (Miami)
  • 7th + Grove (Tampa)
  • Hogg Batch Coffee (St. Petersburg)
  • Voodoo Love (San Francisco) 
  • M2Oak (Oakland)
  • DaleView Biscuits and Beer (New York City)
  • Kelewele NYC (New York City)
  • Lakou Café  (New York City)
  • Two Girls & a Cookshop (New York City)
  • Greedi Vegan (New York City)
  • Branch Patty (New York City)
  • Flatbush Oyster Co. (New York City)
  • Mac Shack (New York City)
  • Makina Café (New York City)
  • Crème & Cocoa Creamery Sol Sips (New York City)
  • Brooklyn Sweet Spot (New York City)
  • Cantave De Saint Marc (New York City)
  • Brooklyn Tea (New York City)
  • Brooklyn Brewed Sorrel (New York City)
  • District Market Green Grocer  (Houston) 
  • Peaches Hot House (Brooklyn, NYC)

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