“A Taste of Black Gwinnett” is happening Friday, August 18, 2023, 4-8 p.m. showcasing the diverse food from the Black diaspora in Gwinnett County. The event is held at the Norcross Cultural Arts and Community Center in Norcross, GA. African, African-American, Caribbean, and Latin cuisines will be highlighted.
The Gwinnett County Black Chamber of Commerce (GCBCC) proudly presents this celebration of entrepreneurship and Black excellence within the community on Saturday, August 19, 2023. This event will provides a unique platform for entrepreneurs, professionals, and consumers to connect, collaborate, and support the achievements of Black businesses. Register for free tickets. Vendor booths and sponsorships available.
“When we go to white, Indian, Asian, Hispanic, restaurants and businesses, you will typically see a diverse group of customers — all races. But when you go to an African American or Black business, who do you see there as customers? You see only Black people! Why is that?” Join us for #BuyBlackFridays!
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BLACKGWINNETT Magazine is the only county-wide neighborhood magazine dedicated to informing, empowering and speaking out for the black community of Gwinnett County, Georgia. Established in 2017, the publication is digital with limited printed editions circulated through our advertisers and neighborhoods in Gwinnett County.
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