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February 19, 2022

The current spiritual boom not only provides a way to connect to one’s higher self, but also a way to make money. Shontel Anestasia, 30, is one of many Black women entrepreneurs creating businesses under the influence of African traditional religions. Watch the video to see why spirituality-inspired businesses are thriving.

Special thanks to Dianne Stewart, Tracey Hucks and Yvonne Chireau.

Check out Shontel Anestasia’s channel: youtube.com/c/ShontelAnestasia1111

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