December 10, 2021

Bee Marketplace Returns

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“It’s all about funding and purchasing gifts and services created by our own community entrepreneurs . . . about using our pretty impressive Black buying power . . . assuming responsibility and being accountable for making ourselves and the future for generations to come more meaningful despite the damage inflicted by the pandemic, and racial conflict and division,” says Kenya McKnight-Ahad, BWWA president and CEO.

Black Women’s Wealth Alliance (BWWA) is presenting its 2nd virtual BEE MARKETPLACE, opening December 15th and running through the end of January, 2022.

Kenya McKnight-Ahad

“It’s all about funding and purchasing gifts and services created by our own community entrepreneurs . . . about using our pretty impressive Black buying power . . . assuming responsibility and being accountable for making ourselves and the future for generations to come more meaningful despite the damage inflicted by the pandemic, and racial conflict and division,” says Kenya McKnight-Ahad, BWWA president and CEO.  “Over 35 Black female vendors will be displaying their products via Zoom during this holiday season.  Participants of this innovative access to Black owned women businesses will be featured at 1pm every Wednesday starting this week on “Conversations with Al McFarlane”daily Facebook live program. The program will showcase about six Bee Marketplace business owners and their products and services every Wednesday until the end of January.

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