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Our BBBG Story

In 2015, husband and wife team, Teresa and David Baker established a publishing house for their three children as a solution to crack the urgent problem facing black children. In the wake of social injustice surrounding teens Treyvonn Martin and Mike Brown, Teresa and David started mainstreaming content highlighting positive images of brown children. In 2017, BBBG published their debut book titled "Josie's Bedazzled Shoes".  The brand extended its platform to include children's books written by independent authors of color, and recently launched a notebook line.

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Meet BBBG's Junior CEO's

Three siblings making a difference while learning the art of business. Meet Brown Boy Brown Girl's Junior CEOs David, Lydia and Aniya. When they are not in school, they setup their business table at various events selling products to customers. 

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Mar 21, 2018

I Can Be (A Book Review)

I Can Be encourages children to think about what they want to be when they grow up while allowing them to see illustrations that represent them. 

Mar 21, 2018

I Love Your Brown (A book Review)

“You bring the poet out of a sleeping artist; the color to a blank canvas.”

Oct 6, 2017

14-year-old Trinity Simone is Black Vibe tribe

"I am passionate and extremely proud of who I am. I embrace my culture that has a rich legacy of powerful, resilient, genius, extraordinary survivors,” Simone says. 
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