With Father’s Day coming up this Sunday, consider choosing a gift from one of these 15 black-owned businesses. Gifts range from Luther Vandross vinyls to traditional Sudanese shoes. Make Father’s Day special with a culturally significant gift.
Pro Standard offers a number of stylish and licensed professional sports jackets like this one. Founder, Mike Harris, has worked with Footlocker in their LEED Initiative which uplifts black-owned businesses.
This stylish and well-made brim would be a great addition to any wardrobe. WEAR BRIMs made history by becoming the first Black-owned hat brand to be available at Nordstrom.
These comfortable square toe shoes are great for almost any occasion. Barkal’s shoes are inspired by traditional Sudanese men’s shoes, but their products are gender neutral.
Test your black pop culture knowledge with your family this weekend. Black Card Revoked had a TV show that appeared on BET.
The coffee company collaborated with the hit film, Black Panther, to create this great caramel and toffee flavored coffee. One of the company’s philosophies is giving back to the community and uplifting young people through their business.
This colorful flannel will be great for summer outings and family functions. Founder, John Dean III highlights black culture through his streetwear designs.
Bring back nostalgia with a Luther Vandross vinyl record. The New York company features classic items from throughout black history.
This environmentally conscious case secures your airpods and is made from recycled plastic. The Black owned phone case company secured a deal with Best Buy in 2020.
This delicious tea mixes different flavors like spearmint, ginger, and honey. Founder LatTonia Cokely and her tea brand have been featured in multiple articles about black women business owners.
This planter basket will help nurture any plant you want to start growing this summer. This South African home décor company makes sure to use recycled materials for its products.
This well-made comb is useful for any morning beard routine. Founder, Calvin Quallis has used his success to help mentor other black business owners.
This shaving kit provides all the tools to achieve a clean look. Founder, Joshua Esnard was able to elevate his grooming company after success on the hit show, Shark Tank.