The “Black House Black Market” Black History Month Edition, was a black business pop up held on February 24, 2022 at The Legacy Center, a.k.a The Black House. This event was an opportunity for black product-based business owners to learn more about the all-new digital black owned marketplace Flourysh. Business owners received growth conversations with industry leaders and more, curated by The Resource Guild. Guests were also privy to a special meet & greet book signing with Mrs. Ernestine Morrison with her all new “Build Your C.R.O.W.N Journal”.

Thank you again to all the vendors: LIVE Alkaline Water, Kindred Paper Co., Jai Lyle, Barbee Doll Beauty, G- Cigars, Cedric Brown Collection, Diamond’s Body Care, ToxProfile, Mrs. Ernestine Morrison, and Fork’n Around Food Truck. Big shout out to the teams who powered this epic event: powered by Flourysh , Legacy Center  & The Resource Guild.

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Terrance Walker introduces the all-new Live Alkaline Water extracted from black owned land outside of Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Black business owners Barbee Doll Beauty (left), and Jai Lyle (right) take the opportunity to engage in growth conversations and network w/ other black business owners.
Mrs. Ernestine Morrison (Co-founder of The Legacy Center) gives a brief yet powerful speech referencing her all new “Build Your C.R.O.W.N Journal” at the “Black House Black Market”
Owner of Kindred Paper Co. takes the mic and shares her business story at the “Black House Black Market”
Jai Lyle presents his luxury clothing line at the “Black House Black Market” Black History Month Edition
Owner of Barbee Doll Beauty poses at her booth alongside G-Cigars at the “Black House Black Market”
Cedric Brown Collections, as seen on Sheen, CNN, and MSNBC getting set up at the “Black House Black Market.”
Owners of Diamonds Body Care present their products together as a dynamic duo, showcasing a Women’s and Men’s Line
Owner of Tox Profile spreads his message on education and fashion in the community at the “Black House Black Market”
The Resource Guild’s very own Randi Okray (The Resource Guild, Black Educated & Broke Podcast) answers business questions and moderate the event.