WOKELAND

12. F.U.B.U.

Episode Summary

On this episode, we talk to some of the prominent Black-owned business owners in the Bay to figure out how they've maintained their presence and survived through the storms.

Episode Notes

On this episode, we talk to some of the prominent Black-owned business owners in the Bay to figure out how they've maintained their presence and survived through the storms.

Keba Konte, founder of Red Bay Coffee, founded his coffee business in 2014 from his garage in Oakland. His ethically sourced coffee is quickly becoming a Bay Area mainstay, and his beautiful brewery in Fruitvale hosts some of the dopest events in the Bay.

Chaney Turner was homeless when she began launching her business. Nowadays, she's the founder of a few successful ventures, including Town Biz and People's Dispensary. She's a true testament of how perseverance can get you closer to your goals.

Tamirra Dyson got the funds for her NOLA-inspired vegan restaurant, Souley Vegan, just 20 minutes before she was supposed to meet her landlord to sign the lease!