10 Afro-Latinx Businesses to Support Now and Always
Now more than ever, it's important to support Afro-Latinx–owned businesses. Here, a guide to some of the best.
Dominican American founder and artist Tony Peralta collaborates with other designers on t-shirts, art prints, home goods, and more.
Brown Sugar and Canela
Founded by Keyanna Gotay, a first-generation Garifuna from Honduras, this collection was launched to empower women of color.
Coco and Breezy
This fabulous eyewear company was started by Afro–Puerto Rican twin sisters Corianna and Brianna Dotson in 2009.
The Lit Bar
Bronx native and resident Noëlle Santos opened this store, which is the only independent bookshop in the borough.
Luna Magic Beauty
Sisters Mabel and Shaira Frías founded this beauty and lifestyle brand.
Afro-Latina founder Ada Rojas combined her background in marketing and public relations with her passion for beauty to create these hair care products.
Yo Soy AfroLatina
The mission of this clothing and accessory brand is to empower Afro-Latinas and represent often-silenced voices.
Reggaeton Con La Gata
Panamanian journalist Kathleen "La Gata" Eccleston hosts this series about reggaeton; she also runs her own clothing business.
Self-taught jewelry designer and fiber artist Joan DeJesus founded this line of earrings.
Dr. Mariel Buquè
This therapist offers in-person sessions in NYC as well as a newsletter and a Patreon-based meditation series.