RACINE COUNTY — With less than two weeks left of Black History Month, now is the perfect time to show support to Black-owned businesses in our county.
Supporting Black-owned businesses helps to celebrate diversity and embraces a variety of owners’ entrepreneurial journeys.
In Racine County, there are definitely more than 10 businesses that have Black owners, however, utilize this resource to get a conversation started about the importance of not only supporting local establishments but those who are minorities.
10 Black-owned businesses
|Dragon Pitt BBQ||1501 Washington Ave.|
|Yogi’s Pud’n||1505 Washington Ave.|
|Golden Chicken||3523 16th St.|
|The Main Project & Cafe||1014 State St.|
|Root City 262||345 Main St.|
|Lornacopia||310 6th St|
|Smok’d on the Water||3 5th St.|
|Bonifide Nutrition||409 6th St|
|Beauty on the Square||524 Monument Square, Suite 104|
|Petals by Felicia||1337 Washington Ave.|
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