Photo Gallery: Loudoun Shops Black Holiday Market

Loudoun Shops Black and the NAACP Loudoun Branch hosted their first Holiday Shopping Spree Saturday, Dec. 11 at The Pavilion at Beantree in Ashburn.

The market brought together Black-owned businesses and shoppers to look for something special, discover new businesses and even win some raffle prizes. The event showcased goods and services from local artists, clothing designers, photographers, stylists, toy shops, and a winemaker, along with live music and activities for kids.

Find those businesses and others at

5 thoughts on “Photo Gallery: Loudoun Shops Black Holiday Market

  • 2021-12-13 at 3:19 pm

    This is a great idea to spotlight African-American entrepreneurs & shoppers in Loudoun. It’s long overdue. Which reminds me: I’d love to see a “Black & White” clothing store in Loudoun someday. That’s a store that sells only black & white clothes in various designs. I think it would be a great symbol of unity in Loudoun. Goodness knows the county could use some moral support. Happy Holidays Loudoun!

  • 2021-12-13 at 4:39 pm

    We’re really headed backwards. If someone hosted a “Loudoun Shops White” I think you can imagine how well that would go over. How about just a “Loudoun Shops Local”? Why do we need to group ourselves by the amount of melanin in our skin? So small-minded.

  • 2021-12-15 at 4:11 pm

    This is racism boycott anyone affiliated with this farce!

  • 2021-12-20 at 6:11 am

    It is sad that the message can’t be shop locally at ALL Loudoun stores. It is a shame that liberal and woke folks can only view people based on physical characteristics. Merry Christmas Loudoun.

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