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There is a Black Farmers Market event being held in Durham next weekend.

 

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DURHAM: Join us ‪next Sunday, June 14th‬ as we kick off the first Black Farmers' Market of the season! Our team has worked tirelessly to make sure we are creating a safe space for both our vendors and our attendees as we continue this bi monthly opportunity to support Black farmers and Black entrepreneurs in one space. Again, Thank you for your patience and we look forward to seeing you all ‪next Sunday‬! To join the Black Farmers’ Market Trade Union, visit the link in our bio. . . . #blackfarmersmarket #blackfarmers #blackaugustinthepark #blackmarket #blackentrepreneurs #selfsufficentbyanymeansnecessary #blackownedbusiness #bfm2020 #blackfarmerstradeunion #blackdollarsmatter #veggietales #durm

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This Sunday, as we open up the space to our attendees and vendors, we have taken various steps to enable a fun and safe market. We love y'all but for the first few markets we will have to ask all customers to “support and bounce” in an effort to protect the health of yourself and others- we are hopeful that there will be plenty of time in the future to dance and commune together. Please review the list of safety precautions that will be set in place during this event and others to follow, until further notice. If you have any further questions please contact blackmarketnc@gmail.com and we look forward to seeing you this weekend! . . . #blackfarmersmarket #blackfarmers #blackaugustinthepark #blackmarket #blackentrepreneurs #selfsufficentbyanymeansnecessary #blackownedbusiness #bfm2020 #blackfarmerstradeunion #blackdollarsmatter #veggietales #durm #covid #covidprevention

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“Join us ‪next Sunday, June 14th‬ as we kick off the first Black Farmers’ Market of the season! Our team has worked tirelessly to make sure we are creating a safe space for both our vendors and our attendees as we continue this bi monthly opportunity to support Black farmers and Black entrepreneurs in one space. Again, Thank you for your patience and we look forward to seeing you all ‪next Sunday‬! To join the Black Farmers’ Market Trade Union, visit the link in our bio.”

 

 

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