Black Girl Magic: Watch These 3 Young Entrepreneurs From Syracuse As They Make Black History

Black Girl Magic: Watch These 3 Young Entrepreneurs From Syracuse As They Make Black History

It’s old news that Black women have been the fastest-growing group of entrepreneurs in the United States. There is no industry untouched by #BlackGirlMagic. With the help of social media, barriers have been broken and things like age haven’t stopped young girls like Morgan Scott, Angeline Candelario, and Amiah Crisler from pursuing and succeeding at entrepreneurship. Get to know the young, talented pioneers below who’ve made history in Syracuse already!

Morgan Scott, The 6-Year-Old CEO of Berry Very Munch

In 2020, Morgan started serving the community healthy snacks from her organic treat company. She makes a variety of things including “organic lemonade, fruit roll-ups and assorted jams” with help from her parents. Get your good healthy treats from www.BerryVeryMunch.com or in person at 220 Green Street, Syracuse, NY 13203.

Follow Morgan on social media!


Angeline Candelario, The 8-Year-Old Beauty Behind Aesthetic Vibez

We had the pleasure of speaking to this beauty mogul in the making after she launched her beauty brand last year. With the help of her mother Krystal Lilly, the owner of www.KhrissysKreations.com, Angeline sells everything from soap, natural skin care products to lip gloss kits for other aspiring entrepreneurs. Buy her products on her website: www.AestheticVibez.net.

Follow Angeline on social media!


Amiah Crisler, The 12-Year-Old Talent Behind Artsy Amiah

 In 2018, this photo of young activist and artist Amiah Crisler went viral. In 2019, She was honored with a mural in downtown Syracuse. Amiah hosts live painting sessions on Facebook and Instagram (and at a local library). 

Buy her art at wwwArtsyAmiah.com.


Visit www.TheCuseGirlDirectory.com for a list of other Black woman-owned businesses and brands in Syracuse.

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