31 days.
31 ways.
to make
an impact.

Spend at least $31 per week on a Black-owned business for the month of August, upload your receipts and take part in the daily activities @thevillagemarketatl IG.
As Black businesses adjust and pivot to the new reality brought about by COVID-19, we’re challenging the community to be intentional about spending and resource sharing. We’re celebrating National Black Business Month and commemorating Black August with a month-long campaign to generate revenue to Black businesses & amplify Black stories.

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31 days.
31 ways.
to make
an impact.

Spend at least $31 per week on a Black-owned business for the month of August, upload your receipts and take part in the daily activities @thevillagemarketatl IG.
As Black businesses adjust and pivot to the new reality brought about by COVID-19, we’re challenging the community to be intentional about spending and resource sharing. We’re celebrating National Black Business Month and commemorating Black August with a month-long campaign to generate revenue to Black businesses & amplify Black stories.

Shop Black Businesses
View Speakers
Apply for Grant

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BLK
AUGUST

The roots of Black August date back to 1960, when 18-year- old George Jackson received a one-year to life sentence after being convicted of robbery. Officially launched in 1979, it has spread from prison walls and serves as a month to  honor all those who fought for the collective progress of Black people and those who lost their lives unjustly to violence and systemic racism.  It is a time to practice self-care, educate, promote community and economic building.

To observe Black August, the community  is encouraged to focus on physical, mental and spiritual health and patron Black-owned businesses.

Speakers & Businesses
to support

In honor of
Freedom Fighters:

The Jackson brothers, Congressman John Lewis, Toni Morrison, CT Vivian, Marcus Garvey

We honor:

Until Freedom: Movements started in August
Martyr Nat Turner’s slave rebellion
Henry Highland Garnett’s slave strike
The Underground Railroad
The March on Washington, and the Watts & Ferguson

BLK
AUGUST

The roots of Black August date back to 1960, when 18-year- old George Jackson received a one-year to life sentence after being convicted of robbery. Officially launched in 1979, it has spread from prison walls and serves as a month to  honor all those who fought for the collective progress of Black people and those who lost their lives unjustly to violence and systemic racism.  It is a time to practice self-care, educate, promote community and economic building.

To observe Black August, the community  is encouraged to focus on physical, mental and spiritual health and patron Black-owned businesses.

In honor of
Freedom Fighters:

The Jackson brothers, Congressman John Lewis, Toni Morrison, CT Vivian, Marcus Garvey

We honor:

Until Freedom: Movements started in August
Martyr Nat Turner’s slave rebellion
Henry Highland Garnett’s slave strike
The Underground Railroad
The March on Washington, and the Watts & Ferguson

Speakers & Businesses
to support

Calendar
of events

IG LIVE SERIES | 7:30PM – 8:00PM(EST) (M-TH) 1:00 – 1:30 PM(EST) (FRI)
@thevillagemarketatl
Week 4: August 24th- 28th: The Collectors Series: Art, Photography, Storytelling

BORN TO BE A BOSS | August 27th: 7:30pm
@thevillagrmarketatl x @IAmBornToRoll
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meet our speakers

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Dana Blair

TV Host/ Correspondent

@justdanablair
Anisa Renee

Media Personality + Host

@anisabrenee
Eunique Jones Gibson

Founder #CultureTags & Because of Them We Can

@euniquejg

@becauseofthem

@culturetags
Brandi Harvey

Founder | Beyond Her

@iambrandiharvey

@beyondher.co
Pinky Cole

CEO & Founder | Slutty Vegan ATL + The Pinky Cole Foundation Inc.

@pinky907

@SluttyVeganATL

@PinkyGivesBack
Christina Rice

CEO | Om Noir

@christinamrice

@omnoire
Sheena Allen

CEO & Founder | Cap Way

@whoissheena

@GoCapWay
Keundric “Dooley” Louscious

E.F.F.E.C.T Fitness

@effectfitness
Kalilah Wright

Founder | Mess in a Bottle

@ownerofmess
Josh Penny

Corporate Citizenship Manager | Mailchimp

@joshuarpenny

@mailchimp
Yahya Smith

Founder | Feminine Success

@femininesuccess
Dr. Joy Harden Bradford

Founder | Therapy for Black Girls

@hellodrjoy

@therapyforblackgirls
Zak Wallace

Owner & Founder | Local Green Atlanta

@bigzakwallace

@localgreenatlanta
Jay Bailey

President and CEO | The Russell Center

@jay4hope

@rcieatlanta
Bem Joiner

Atlanta Influences Everything

@bemjoiner

@atlantainfluenceseverything
Jay Carter

One Music Fest

@jcarterology

@onemusicfest
Derrick Johnson

President & CEO | NAACP

@derricknaacp

@naacp
Chris Classic

Savoire Faire

@mrchrisclassic

@mysavoirfaire
Lee Merritt

Founder | Merritt Law Firm

@leemerrittesq
Onaje Henderson

Managing Partner | Zucot Gallery

@onajeh

@zucotgallery
Tiffany Latrice

Executive Director/Artistic Director | TILA Studios | National Black Arts

@tiffany_latrice1

@tila_studios | @nbaf
Shanequa Gay

Working Artist | Shanequa Gay Art

@shanequagay
Lynsey Weatherspoon

Photographer and Videographer

@lnweatherspoon
Fabian Williams

Occassional Superstar

@occasionalsuperstar
Jon Goode

Emmy Nominated Writer

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