LTM Digital’s Favorite Black-Owned Businesses

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Continuing on with featuring our favorite Black Content Creators, today, we are amplifying some of our favorite Black-Owned Businesses. 

  1. Authentic Black Culture by Debra Moton 

Debra Moton is a Senior Manager and Entertainment Manager for the Los Angeles Spark. She owns Authentic Black Culture aka ABC which is an L.A.-based streetwear brand celebrating Black Excellence through Fashion! The clothing line looks fantastic and her weekly posts of #OOTDs make us wish for a better fashion sense. Learn more about Authentic Black Culture and shop their apparel at

  1. Koia

Koia offers delicious plant-based drinks that are low in sugar, dairy-free, non-GMO, and packed with plant protein. It’s been our goal to improve our nutrition and Koia helps to make it easier. Some of their flavor offerings are coffee, vanilla bean, chocolate peanut butter, cake batter, cacao bean, and an assortment of citrus flavors, there is practically a flavor that can suit anyone’s palette. Learn more about Koia at

  1. PipCorn 

PipCorn is also known as PipSnacks and they offer delicious heirloom snacks. Pipcorn is made with heirloom corn seeds that are more nutritious than commercially grown popcorn. We love PipSnacks because they are women-owned, minority-owned, and family-owned. Our favorite flavors that we can’t get enough of are Truffle Popcorn and Vegan Caramel Popcorn! Learn more about PipCorn at

  1. The Salt Eaters

The Salt Eaters Bookshop is an emerging indie bookshop prioritizing books, comics & zines by and about Black women, femmes, & enby folks. The Salt Eaters Bookshop is owned by content creator, Asha Grant, who also manages the Free Black Women’s Library Los Angeles. Although the bookshop is slated to be available for visitors in 2021, you can get a sneak peek of the design on Instagram. Learn more about The Salt Eaters Bookshop and shop their books at

  1. HENRY Masks

We absolutely love HENRY Masks! What’s amazing about them is their conception story. At the dawn of the COVID-19 outbreak, there was a shortage of masks and medical supplies. HENRY stepped up and created a mask to meet the demand while also creating and providing jobs for the community. On top of that, for every mask sold, a mask is provided to Healthcare workers and families in need. We worked with them at the end of 2020 and it was great working with a brand that gives back. P.S. their mask designs are really cute and fashionable! Learn more about Henry Masks and shop their mask selections at

  1. Sims Library of Poetry 

The Sims Library of Poetry is a library fully dedicated to Poetry. It is currently the first and largest collection of library in Los Angeles. The library is founded by Creative Writing Professor Hiram Sims. The library provides a safe space for people to hang out, read books, use the computer, and host events. Learn more about the Sims Library of Poetry and how you can donate at

  1. Kyra Shea Medleys 

Kyra Shea Medleys provides multi-purpose all natural beauty products. Their products include body butters, body and face oils, and hair care. Our favorite products from this line of products is the Original Body Butter. The butter is lightweight, nourishing, and smells like a vanilla dream. Learn more about Kyra She Medleys and shop their body and hair care products at

  1. Legendary Rootz 

Legendary Rootz offers “Black Culture Apparel and Home Tings”. What we love most about Legendary Rootz is the air-tight branding and affirmational tees & mugs. Our favorite product of theirs now is the “You Can’t Pour From An Empty Cup” Mug. It is a powerful affirmation that reminds us to take care of ourselves first so that we can serve from a happier and healthier self. Learn more about Legendary Rootz and shop their collection at

We hope you enjoyed this list of our favorite Black-Owned Businesses. Share with us your favorites in the comments. 

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