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Black owned businessess in Yakima


Wait! Before you say to me, "Now, hold on there a minute, missy! Why do we gotta highlight Black-owned businesses? All businesses matter!" You'd be absolutely correct there, but it's officially Black History Month! We've gotta celebrate! There are not that many Black people living around here, I'm just keeping it real! So I want to say hi and give a huge shout out to some of our local Black businesses in Yakima and Central Washington. I often have people asking me to give them the names of some area Black-owned businesses they can support, especially because we have the freedom to do so!




Before I share my list, do yourself a favor after you read this and go type in the words, Black History Month, in the Google search bar for a cool treat!

And now for the good stuff! My list of local and regional Black-owned businesses you can support not just during Black History Month but all the time!

Curated Digital and Traditional Media Art and Paintings

Mobile DJ for Weddings, School Dances, Private Parties, Quinceneras, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, Birthday Parties, and more.

DJ Nahum Ray, Yakima
DJ Nahum Ray


Eric Silvers, State Farm Insurance Agent

1 N 9th St, Yakima, WA

Eric Silvers State Farm Insurance Agent Yakima
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5625 Summitview Ave, Yakima, WA

Drew Harris, Heritage Moultray Realty Yakima
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523 W Yakima Ave, Yakima, WA

Miz Dee's All About BBQ
TSM Yakima

Mobile Restaurant, call (509) 930-0708


  206 S 11th Ave Suite #48, Yakima, WA

402 W Nob Hill Blvd, Yakima, WA

Alford Law Office
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2 N 11th St, Yakima, WA

Local Roots Yakima
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Yakima County NAACP

Located in the Henry Beauchamp Community Center, 1211 S 7th Ave, Yakima You can also support the Yakima County Branch of the NAACP,.a local organization that was started to help secure and protect the "political, educational, social, and economic equality of all citizens" with an initial emphasis for the rights of African-Americans. Our County branch has been active in Yakima for over 77 years! Disclaimer: I was elected as the local NAACP branch President in 2020 and my term is up in December 2022.  




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Now that I've shared my Yakima-area list, here are some extra treats for you.

The first Black-owned business I want to say what's up to is a brewery in Woodinville, WA. I haven't had the pleasure of visiting their brewery but one of my best friends has and she says the beer and the vibes are so good there! It's a must-see!

14125 NE 189th St Suite B, Woodinville, WA 98072

Metier Brewing Company

This next Black-owned business is actually located in the Tri-Cities but we wanted to give them a shout out, too! If you ever want your hair braided and you're out near Richland, give them a visit!

1846 Terminal Dr, Richland, WA

The Braiding Boutique Richland
Credit: Latifah Lyney

Last but certainly not least,, I just heard about this Black-owned Bakery out in the Tri-Cities, Cupcakes Bakery & Deli. I'm getting hungry just looking at their pics on Facebook! And they have homemade SWEET POTATO PIES!!

2625 W Bruneau Pl, Kennewick, WA

Cupcakes Bakery and Deli Kennewick

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