“Making Change Across Simcoe County” highlighting black-owned businesses across the region

Hopes to spark broad community interest and foster conversations around inclusion and diversity

Making Change Across Simcoe County is putting out the call to black-owned businesses across our region. The not-for-profit organization was founded in 2019 by Michele Newton and Shelly Skinner to “spark broad community interest and foster conversations around inclusion and diversity.”

RELATED: Barrie woman builds community through diversity and inclusion

Making Change is compiling a list of black-owned businesses across Simcoe County and has put the call out to the community. If you are a black business owner, or you know someone who should be on this list, they are asking you to visit their website and add your business to their list.

RELATED: Ways to continue to activate beyond social media

Supporting Black, Indigenous, People of Colour (BIPOC)-owned businesses is just one way you can activate and practice anti-racism beyond social media. You can find the full black-owned business listing here.