A tea business infused with community

Amber Jackson moved to Providence from Chicago and was drawn to something she needed. Educated at Middle Tennessee State University and Alabama A&M University, she missed the cultural connection to tea that she had in the South. And she felt an absence of diversity in Rhode Island, pretty much everywhere she went. Her business, The…
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