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Black Female Artists (and Business Owners) To Support

Today is Monday, February 01, 2021. Today is the first day of Black History Month.

As an online magazine with an ever-growing audience, the St. Law U Her Campus chapter has dedicated this week to publishing articles to amplify Black voices and support the Black community.

We are committed to not letting our activism efforts stop short after this week. These efforts should not stop at the end of this week, nor should they stop after February 28th, 2021. We encourage our readers and social media audiences to continue (or even start) using their voices and resources to join us in supporting the Black community.

This year marks the 95th annual celebration of Black History Month, and the first celebration was on February 7th, 1926. I highly suggest you take the time to learn more about Black History Month and Black Culture. You can start by reading these two infographics by the Impact and Zenerations.

To begin the first day and week of Black History Month, I am excited to share with you a few Black female artists, some of whom are business owners, that I found through Instagram that I think you should follow. Don’t forget to check out their online stores!

@bydissirama

Check out Dissirama Laba’s beautiful creations!

@paige.studios

Check out Paige’s designs, and then be sure to check out her shop for beautiful prints and stickers!

Shop Link: https://www.paigetstudios.com/shop

@artbyprincella

Check out Princella Seripenah’s beautiful prints! In addition to her Instagram, show your support and shop her website!

Shop Link: https://artbyprincella.com/.

@briapaints

From canvas to prints, Bria’s artwork will be sure to make you smile.

Shop Link: https://www.briapaints.com/.

@nawaal_illustrations

From wallpapers, do canvas bags, to stickers and postcards, add Sarah Dahir’s stunning artwork into your daily life!

Shop Link: https://society6.com/nawaalillustrations

@kligg.co

Check out Kadeja’s cute designs and shop her artwork as stationery sets and stickers!

Etsy Shop Link: https://www.etsy.com/shop/KLigg?ref=seller-platform-mcnav.

Personal Shop Link: https://www.kliggco.com/shop.html#/.

@destinydarcel

Check out Destiny’s artwork and support her personal shop!

Shop Link: https://destinydarcel.com/.

@sarekaunique

Sareka’s is bright and beautiful and will be a perfect addition to your art collection! Sareka is also the founder of the Instagram account, @blackgirlsillustrate!

Shop Link: https://sarekaunique.com/.

Black Girls Illustrate Website: https://www.blackgirlsillustrate.com/.

I hope you take the time to check out these beautiful artists’ work and support them beyond social media! Do you know of any Black female artists that we can add to this list? Let us know on our social media.

Allison ("Allie") Attarian studied Psychology and Communications at St. Lawrence University where she was a Campus Correspondent for HC St. Law U. Allie was also a Campus Community Management Intern for the Community Team at Her Campus Media. Her combined passion for creativity, reading, and writing sparked her interest in joining Her Campus. She loves traveling, listening to music, creating visual art, and spending time with friends. Check out her personal blog here.
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