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Juneteenth has been recognized as a holiday to celebrate the freedom of African Americans who hadn’t been freed with the Emancipation Proclamation. Many people will patronize African American businesses giving honor to Juneteenth. This support is greatly needed however supporting minority owned businesses can be done throughout the year.

African American women are the fastest growing segment of the population creating businesses. These women oftentimes lack capital and have many other hurdles to overcome in building a successful business.

Here is my personal invitation to you to support a minority owned business when you have the opportunity. When you make this decision you are providing an opportunity for a person to provide for their family and make their dreams come true.

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I'm Cassandra Hill

And I work with women who are struggling to put their health and wellbeing first. My path as a Christian Holistic Wellness Influencer started with a career in gerontology that was sidetracked by a battle with a chronic illness. After five years in remission, it’s become my life’s work to teach other women a framework for holistic wellness so they can start feeling their best again.

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