I highly recommend the new Netflix documentary She Did That for ALL black female entrepreneurs.
“Just because we can carry the weight of the world doesn’t mean you should let us!”- – Kim Hill owner of Radical Women
It has been reported that black women are the fastest-growing group of entrepreneurs. Yet, many black women in business don’t get the platform or spotlight that they deserve for their work. In comes Renae L. Bluitt, founder of Crush Media.
She is the executive producer of the documentary, which explores the intimate and intricate journeys of black women entrepreneurs.
The documentary which is streaming on Netflix NOW! will bless your life, as you listen to a group of black female business owners as they share their stories of taking nothing and turning it into something! From finances, mental health, and faith.: it’s all in this documentary!!!
Two of my favorite stories are:
Lisa Price, the owner of Carol’s Daughter shares her journey of starting her business in her kitchen, to selling her first product at a church flea market and the full support she has had of her husband, Gordon Price.
He very proudly wears the name Mr. Carol’s Daughter he likes that!
Tonya Rapley, the owner of My Fab Finance story was so powerful! I was always told that your WHY has to be so powerful that it pushes you to another level of favor… and Tonya’s did. She shared her testimony of being in an abusive relationship, where not only was she taking care of him and herself, but he also messed up her credit. That season of her life lead her to birth My Fab Finance and become known as the “New Face of Wealth Building!”
Being a girl is great. Being a Black girl is magic. But being a Black woman consumer is pure power!- Cheryl Grace