1. A Social Cure: Currently in America, Black people have the highest rates for poverty, homelessness, joblessness, crime, and imprisonment. All of these metrics can be linked back to economic dependency and instability. Black-owned companies have a 90% rate of hiring of their own race, higher than any other ethnic group. Therefore, if we increase the amount of successful businesses we have in our community, we also increase the amount of jobs in the Black community.
  1. We’re Black Owned: is a Black-owned company.
  1. Business Development: From Amazon to Etsy and Ebay, there are many online marketplaces to shop on. However, is not just a marketplace, its also a business development and resource center. WeBuyBlack now offers monthly grants starting at $2,000, and we will continue to build and solidify partnerships with various non-profit organizations and donors.
  1. Representation: WeBuyBlack intentionally uses images of Black models throughout the site giving proper representation of the community the site serves.
  1. Cross Sales: When customers visit, they often discover many new Black-owned vendors and many amazing items they’ve never seen before.
  1. Buy Black Conveniently: For years, the excuse for not shopping within the Black community has been, “Well, I cant find them.” That excuse is now officially dead. You can now find everything you want and need by Black-owned businesses, online. Keep your money within the Black community to directly affect change.
  1. A Generational Call: From Malcolm to Martin, practically every great Black leader has preached the need to participate in group economics. With access to technology we can now make that goal easier than ever; lets make their visions a reality.
  1. Black Children Matter: Building this foundation and network of Black business ownership will have a positive impact for generations to come.
  1. It’s Cheap: Now, if you compare WeBuyBlack to Etsy or Amazon, youll find that these other platforms have slightly lower rates. But, what these other platforms do not have, is a budget set aside specifically to aid the Black community. WeBuyBlack is not just a global marketplace facilitating sales all over the world, it’s also a movement. Just like Black Lives Matter, Black Dollars Matter too.
  1. Its a Family Thing: Lets say you are in need of a car. Your new brother-in-law works at a car dealership where he is paid by commission. All things being equal, would you purchase a car from another dealership where you do not know anyone that works there? Or, would you buy from the dealership that your brother-in-law works for? Exactly! You chose your brother-in-law because not only will your family hold you accountable, but you know that the earnings he will make will help your sister and their children. Therefore, support, we are your family!



1 comment
  1. Gregory Harris
    Gregory Harris
    May 3, 2019 at 1:38 am

    Anytime they sanction anything in the black people need to hear that is true should not be kept from them

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