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Crishana Wright is an African American immigrant from Old Harbor, St Catherine in Jamaica, who moved to Cape Cod four years ago. In 2019 Crishana was preparing for her wedding but to her surprise, there wasn’t an ethnic stylist available on the Cape that could provide the service she wanted.
As the Cape Cod community becomes enamored with the hoopla of the holidays, Amplify had the chance to catch up with Marcus Hendricks, owner of Wampanoag Shells, an indigenous-owned business that offers handmade and authentic Native jewelry and cuisine like stuffed quahogs.
Although the Wampanoag Trading Post and Gallery, located at 20 North Street in Mashpee, recently opened this past year, co-owners Paula Peters and Danielle Hill have been serving their communities for years as members of the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe.
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