Because I’ve loved supporting small businesses, I thought it would be fun to list a few that I’ve seen recently. I think it’s great that we’ve all started creating a name for ourselves and inspiring creativity throughout. It’s also really amazing to see how many people commemorate small businesses and choose to support everyone, whatever your race, religion, or gender might be.
The first small business I want to talk about is owned by a non-binary Asian American artist named Meg Emiko, who creates clothing and stickers supporting people’s sexuality, the Black Lives Matter movement, and the trans community. This is a great way to support our community and artists out there as well!
The second small business is a Black-owned shop run by Olivia DeIyamu that sells thrifted/vintage accessories and home decor. If you’re a fan of going to your local Goodwill or thrift store, then definitely check this shop out!
Lastly, I want to mention a super cute Etsy shop that sells earrings and keychains that look like yummy treats. India Domenque has an array of miniature foods such as donuts, cinnamon rolls, even chicken fingers and fries. It’s such a fun and creative idea and would make a great gift for yourself or a friend.
If someone’s birthday is coming up or you just feel like shopping around, then check out these shops and support these lovely people!