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Links to businesses owned by people of color, LGBTQIA+ community, and other people of various cultures, identities and abilities
Links to businesses for people of color, LGBTQIA+ community, and other people of various cultures, identities and abilities
Inclusion on this list does not constitute an endorsement. Research businesses using resources such as:
– Larimer County Grocery Store and Restaurant Inspections
– The Better Businesses Bureau Serving Northern Colorado and Wyoming
“White people’s privileges are bestowed prenatally. We can’t not get them and we cannot give them away, no matter how much we do not want them.
“For example, if I walk into any drug store in the country that carries hair products, I can be sure that I will find something that was designed for my hair.
“Black hair products are much harder to find; often African Americans have to drive for miles to buy what they need.
“Further, I know that when a Band-Aid box says “flesh color,” it means my skin color, not those of my Asian or Latina friends.”
– from “Understanding White Privilege” by Francis E. Kendall, Ph.D (c) 2002
Maxine’s Shears & Wigs Hair Salon
(Read the Culturs Magazine article “Curly Hair Controversy” about Arlene Rivera, owner and founder)
Jolie’s World of Beauty, 140 W. Oak St. #120
Buttercream Cupcakery (owned by the Montoya family)