This directory details over 100 black-owned Miami businesses to support

Looking for ways to help? Show up with your wallet.

Virginia Gil
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Virginia Gil
USA Editor
Black Lives Matter; Protest; Miami; BLM
Photograph: Shutterstock/Tverdokhlib

If you’re one the many people still trying to figure out ways to support the black community right now, knowing where to begin can be overwhelming. But here’s a simple way we can all make an immediate impact: show up with your wallet.

The Black World Guide is an incredible resource that will point you in the direction of hundreds of black-owned businesses across the county—from restaurants and barbershops to galleries. Made possible by the Miami-Dade Black Advisory Board, the 100-plus page directory is published annually as a way to connect the organizations, programs and businesses that represent the black community. It’s detailed and exhaustive, featuring places that represent specific groups such as Nigerian establishments that make up the African diaspora, as well as Targeted Urban Areas (TUA) that highlight certain Miami neighborhoods.

Standing behind black-owned businesses can make a difference now more than ever. In Miami, we’re lucky to have thriving communities like Little Haiti and Overtown, where lending our support can be as easy as picking up dinner tonight or going for a haircut. To read, download or print the full Black World Guide, click here.

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