Black Farmers' Market comes to Raleigh
Long lines of people waited in the muggy heat with masks on their faces to support local black-owned businesses at the Black Farmers' Market in Raleigh.
THESE CHARGES SHOULD SERVE AS A WARNING TO THOSE WHO DESECRATE CAPITAL MONUMENT. OVER 1000 PEOPLE CAME OUT TO SUPPORT BLACK BUSINESS OWNERS. THIS IS THE FIRST TIME BLACK FARMERS MARKET HAS TAKEN PLACE HERE. 24 VENDORS OFFERED PRODUCTS. CUSTOMERS WERE REQUIRED TO WEAR A MASK. >>> WE HAVE HANDWASHING STATION AND SOCIAL DISTANCING AND MARKERS THROUGHOUT THE PARK . EVERYBODY KNOWS THEY NEED TO WEAR A MASK. THERE ARE HANDWASHING STATIONS. EVERYBODY HAS SOCIAL DISTANCING AND FIRES. DON'T WORRY THE BLACK FARMERS MARKET WILL HAVE BEEN AGAIN.