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Packaged with a Taste of Soul: Top 9 Black-Owned Wine Shops in the U.S.

Top 9 Black-Owned Wine Shops in the U.S. Written by Alexis Collins Artwork by Cindy Nguyen   We’re raising a toast to African American contributors in wine by spotlighting some outstanding Black-owned wine shops and providing a destination to foster the community of Black entrepreneurs in the 3-tier wine distribution chain. Whether you’re a wine …

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Black Men Working in Wine: The Unconscious Bias in the U.S. Wine Industry

Overcoming obstacles as a Black male in a white-dominated marketplace Written by Alana Bynes-Richardson   In the current climate, the lack of diversity is getting increasingly obvious in certain spaces; especially those that are seen as affluent or luxurious. The wine industry is definitely at the top of that list. Thankfully, today the boats of inclusion …

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#ParlayThePandemic: A Taste of the Culture

Experience Black-owned Wine & Spirits from Home   Written by Alexis Collins Artwork by Cindy Nguyen   As Black people, we have a unifying spirit of magic, gumption, and resourcefulness that is difficult to duplicate. During the pandemic, many Black entrepreneurs managed to thrive by modifying their standard routines in the absence of normalcy. Founder …

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Sipping Sober: Enjoying the “Dry” Wine Life

Written by Monique Bell, @thewynebelle, www.moniquebell.com Artwork by Cindy Nguyen “It could be a tumor.” If you’re an eighties kid like me, this quote will bring to mind the 1990 film, “Kindergarten Cop,” where pre-California ‘Governator’ film star Arnold Schwarzenegger complains of having a headache and is counseled by his precocious young co-star. That five-word …

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Allyship, What Does It Mean & What Can You Do?!

How to be an Ally for anti-racism & solutions for change Written by Alana Bynes-Richardson and Serena Carter   What is Allyship exactly? Let’s dive into this topic of advocating diversity and inclusion for BIPOC communities that are oftentimes marginalized, and most recently targeted by domestic terrorists. During this time of uncertainty, it’s important for …

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