In an effort to amplify Black voices in our midst, we created this directory of Black Owned Businesses on the Seacoast with the help of MANY. While there are many helpful directories for surrounding areas, we wanted to provide something for our Seacoast to encourage you to always shop local!
Many thanks to the members of the Facebook group “The (un)Official City of Portsmouth, NH” for much of this information.
For a working google doc of Black-Owned Businesses in New Hampshire, click here. Many thanks to Sandra Jin for this google doc and for Sydney Brey for creating imaging you can see on the Black Lives Matter Manchester Facebook and Instagram pages.
For a very helpful directory of Black Owned Businesses in the state of Maine, click here: https://blackownedmaine.com
For a list of Black Owned restaurants in the Greater Boston Area, check out Boston.com’s directory.
Have any businesses to add? Corrections to make? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Exeter, NH Selectwoman Lovey Roundtree Oliff tackles tough topics and brings her sense of humor in this podcast.
A traditional West African drumming and dance ensemble based out of Manchester but available for local bookings. Catch their performance at the Juneteenth Celebration hosted by Black Heritage Trail of New Hampshire.
Food & Drink
Coffee and more!
31 Market Street
Portsmouth NH 03801
Hair & Beauty
Creates & delivers innovative curriculum that provides a solid foundation in
Classic & Clinical Esthetics with emphasis on Board Certification preparation & professional integrity.
72 Portsmouth Ave #104
59 High St
Health & Wellness
Stacy Woodley, Certified Personal, Group and Cycling Trainer operating virtually.
Home care services provided in Hillsborough, Merrimack, Rockingham and Strafford counties since 2014.
62 Portsmouth Avenue, Suite 4
Stratham, New Hampshire 03885
Human Services & Marketing
Based out of Portsmouth offering professional administrative services, coaching and marketing operating locally and globally.
The Mars Hill Group offers best in class learning opportunities, team development, and professional coaching to help you “learn more be better”.
The Black Heritage Trail of New Hampshire promotes awareness and appreciation of African American history and life in order to build more inclusive communities today.
Launched in 2000, the mission of the SAACC is to celebrate the lives and achievements of Black people with emphasis on the unique story of African Americans in the Seacoast with concerts, educational programming, art exhibits and more.
10 Middle Street
Seacoast branch of the national organization.
Seacoast Racial Justice Resources(Showing Up for Racial Justice)
SURJ is national network of groups and individuals organizing White people for racial justice. Through community organizing, mobilizing, and education, White people to act as part of a multi-racial majority for justice with passion and accountability.