Bridging the Economic Divide
Welcome to the Black Pages New England
Black Pages New England is a directory of black owned businesses throughout New England. Starting with Boston in April of 2017, our goal has been to support black businesses through listings, events, volunteer projects and eventually investment. Please take the time to add a business and try a new black business AT LEAST once a month. Feel free to post an event or explore our page to find black doctors, contractors, restaurants and more. Click below to add your info to our social media sites.
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The first edition of
the Black Pages New England is here!
As of January 2019, we have added over 600 businesses and 3500 subscribers to our website, thank you for helping us reach this incredible milestone! BPNE is now in print and we are asking for your support. Click the Donation Button to the right, add your address to the notes, and for a donation of $5 or more, you will receive a copy of the directory. And thanks for your support!
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BOSTON – Roxbury: (Dudley) One United Bank, Frugal Bookstore, Final Touch with Class Boutique, Kornfield Pharmacy, Twelfth Baptist Church, Charles St. AME, (Grove Hall) One United Bank, Muhammad’s Mosque, Flames, Grove Hall Branch Library. Dorchester: Codman Square/Lower Mills/Field’s Corner Libraries, Dorchester YMCA, Codman Square Health Center, D’Oro Barbershop, Island Style Restaurant, Dorchester Arts Collaborative, Oasis Vegan Veggie Parlor, (Ashmont)Ripple Cafe, (Lower Mills/Milton) Eye & Eye Optics, Bred Gormet Burgers. Mattapan: (Blue Hill Ave) Studio 24 Graphics, Mattapan Branch Library, Lenny’s Bakery, Mattapan Family Laundry, Hair Spirit Unisex Salon, Brother’s Restaurant, Haitian American Public Health Innitiative. CAMBRIDGE – YWCA, YMCA, St. Paul’s AME/Christian Life Center, Union Baptist Church, Margaret Fuller House, Sly’s Barbershop, The Coast Soul Food Cafe…