• Khalia Ismain's Simple Idea Turned Into a Successful Support Network For Black-Owned Businesses

    1 month ago - By Pop Sugar

    Too often, the best beauty stories go Untold , solely based on a person's skin color, religion, gender expression, disability, or socioeconomic status. Here, we're passing the mic to some of the most ambitious and talented voices in the industry, so they can share, in their own words, the remarkable story of how they came to be - and how they're using beauty to change the world for the better. Up next: Khalia Ismain , cofounder and managing director of Jamii , a discount card and marketplace for Black-owned businesses.
    My Jamii story started at college. I went to the University of...
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