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USA: Intellectual Beauty Carolyn Brady, First Black Miss Maine, Becomes Advocate For Black Businesses

  • “As an immigrant American, I think we are really focused on how commerce and how our progress relates to future generations as well as our past,” Miss Maine Carolyn Brady

Carolyn Brady made history in 2019 when she became the first Black woman to be crowned Miss Maine. The intellectual beauty is now using her platform to support Black-owned businesses especially during Black History Month.

“I think if we have the opportunity to choose where we put our dollar and we can invest in a way that gives back in the long term that’s a really important thing to do,” Brady told News Center Maine.
To help lessen the revenue gap between people of different races, started an initiative to support Black-owned businesses. She is also inspiring others and urging them to do same by being conciuos of where they spen

During Black History Month, she dedicated herself to “buying black,” including at Rwanda Bean. It is a coffee company founded by Mike Mwenedata 8 years ago that gives back 50% of profits to coffee farmers in Rwanda for every cup of coffee purchased.

“As an immigrant American, I think we are really focused on how commerce and how our progress relates to future generations as well as our past,” she said.

News/image: BlackNews/Black Enterprise

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