Kids Black Owned Businesses



HarperIman™ Dolls

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The founders make dolls of color that represent the type of dolls that they wished they had and dolls of color that they needed growing up. They are dedicated to creating dolls that reinforce to children of color how important they are, how smart they are, how beautiful they are, how talented the are, how creative they are, and dolls that provide positive affirmations of themselves that they can identify with every day, hour, and minute.

Founders: Cynthia & Kathryn

USA 🇺🇸

A character-based brand established to present high quality merchandise in the Marketplace that reflect the diversity of beauty in children. They seek to provide the necessary building blocks of self-acceptance to promote high self-esteem in children of color from birth.

Dallas, Texas, USA 🇺🇸

A new generation of kids aged 6 and under. We are bringing to a mass market, beautifully-illustrated and lovingly designed toys inspired by—and truly reflective of—the lives of today’s kids.

Washington, D.C., USA 🇺🇸

Ponytails or puffs. Braids or twists. No matter how they wear their hair – The goal at Coco’Pie Clothing is to show black girls how beautiful they are by placing their awesomeness front and center on their shirts!

Founder: Shantae Pelt

Arizona, USA 🇺🇸


A brand for those who welcome the vibrant African culture and enjoy compassion in their lives. African inspired children’s products, nursery and home decor.

London, UK 🇬🇧