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We're Partnering With The Marsha P. Johnson Institute For Pride


Elle Moxley, Founder and CEO  of The Marsha P. Johnson Institute with our founder Nikki Porcher at the 2022 Buy From A Black Woman Inspire Tour event in New Orleans
Elle Moxley, Founder and CEO of The Marsha P. Johnson Institute with our founder Nikki Porcher at the 2022 Buy From A Black Woman Inspire Tour event in New Orleans

Buy From A Black Woman is proud to announce that we are officially an LGBTQIA+ ally. We believe that true solidarity requires action and commitment, so we're: 

 

  1. Joining hands with the Marsha P. Johnson Institute to support and amplify their work

  2. Supporting the Marsha P. Johnson Institute at Harlem Pride in New York City on June 29th, 2024.

  3. Amplifying the voices and stories of our openly LGBTQIA+ members of the Buy From A Black Woman Community. 


Now more than ever, it's essential for us to stand in solidarity with the LGBTQIA+ community, who face disproportionate levels of violence and discrimination.

DEI and supportive programs are being defunded, and major corporations are dialing back their LGBTQIA+ initiatives.

 

To be an ally means to be visible, vocal, and active. This is how we create a more inclusive and equitable world for all communities.

 

We’re looking forward to celebrating Pride Month and continuing to advocate for a world where everyone, regardless of their identity, is free to live authentically and without fear.

 

Let's support our communities by supporting our communities. 


Nikki Porcher

Founder, Buy From A Black Woman



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