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1. 3 Sweet Girls Cakery - Women-owned bakery operated by a mother and her two daughters offering a variety of baked goods and gluten-free, vegan and keto options.
2. Anneta’s Beauty Bar – Women- and minority-owned beauty salon in Walnut Hills specializing in natural haircare, straightening and weaves.
3. BlaCk OWned Outerwear – Minority-owned clothing brand focused on promoting Black ownership and using fashion to challenge social inequalities.
4. Edibles and Such – Women- and minority-owned full-service catering service with more than 30 years’ experience.
5. Heist and Co. – Women- and veteran-owned “social exchange” in downtown Harrison opened in December 2019.
6. Just Q'in Barbecue – Minority-owned BBQ restaurant focused on employing those with barriers to employment, such as criminal records, addiction, homelessness, etc.
7. Pata Roja Taqueria – Minority-owned business providing high-quality street food inspired by the culture and traditions of central Mexico.
8. Creative Strandz Hair Gallery - Women- and minority-owned is an upscale and inviting salon providing professional hair care service with the best interest of the clients in mind.
9. Southern Grace Cincy Catering, LLC. – Women- and minority-owned full-service catering company specializing in southern home-style food.
10. Sugar – Women- and minority-owned boutique bakery located in the heart of OTR.
11. Sunny Blu Digital Art Agency – Women- and minority-owned community-minded video production agency providing clients with a niche video-storytelling experience anchored in advocacy work for black women, people of color, and other marginalized groups.
12. The Arepa Place - Women- and minority-owned small restaurant in OTR specializing in Colombian dishes, such as empanadas and arepas.
13. The Stem Lab - Women- and minority-owned premier science, technology, engineering, and math learning laboratory offering a variety of enrichment activities for kids and all ages.
14. Wave Pool - Women-owned contemporary art fulfillment center with a social enterprise that is managed and led by immigrants and refugee women called, The Welcome Project. Beginning in February 2020, the Welcome Project's Food Market provides a stable option for fresh produce and shelf stable goods to their community.
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