A long time resident on Brooklyn’s Underhill Avenue shares story of Cheryl’s Global Soul: a small-minority-woman-LGBTQ owned business is the heart of a block “making it” despite no start-up capital, gentrification and a pandemic.
“Our windows framed Underhill Avenue. We saw everything. Cars lost tires & hubcaps, shots fired, Labor Day eating roti, goat & jerk, Primrose’s rum punch, our son dancing in W. Indian Children’s parade. . .”