June 4, 2020 Updated: Oct. 12, 2020 11:39 a.m.
Though it's a seemingly small action for a much larger issue within and far beyond the Emerald City, ordering delivery or takeout from one of Seattle's Black-owned restaurants can help show your support during these times.
"Marjorie is fully in support of peaceful protest and we hope that they bring about a radical change in the inequity and institutionalised racism that our society has become all too comfortable with," said Marjorie restaurant owner, Donna Moodie. "The painful loss of George Floyd's life should mean something more than a phrase or a cause to rally. It should ignite unequivocal change in us all."
From bookstores and restaurants, to stores that have sustained families for generations, local businesses are part of the heart and soul of the places where we live and work - they're places where we come together, whether to make new connections or celebrate longtime friendships.
Local businesses bring cultural diversity, contribute philanthropically, and quite simply, make our communities better. Scroll down for a handful of Seattle-area restaurants to nab your next meal, as small businesses are important to the social and economic fabric of our communities.
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