Today’s social climate has understandably cultivated the ‘Buy Black’ spirit in a manner that perhaps we haven’t witnessed since the days preceding desegregation in this country, when we had no other choice but to support each other economically. Melanoid people across the country have developed a genuine interest in patronizing and consuming Black-Owned businesses, services, and products. However, many grown increasingly frustrated with the process of locating such businesses to support, particularly when they’re traveling and/or moving to new cities across the country. If you’re one of the previously mentioned Melanoid people who are dealing with such a challenge, then don’t worry, because ‘There’s an app for that!’
For those who may be wondering, this app is named Reachfolk, it’s about to make Black Society’s life a little easier–one city at a time. Created by podcaster and author Daniel FreeMan (who wrote the Bestselling book titled: How To Make A Dollar Out Of Fifteen Cents!), the platform is currently in its beta stages, and a campaign to raise the funds to complete the development of the app has been launched which can found by following this link.
Whether you’re looking for a Black Owned hookah lounge or a mechanic, Reachfolk is a surefire way to stay connected–no matter where you are.