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That's how I found the answers I was looking for when I moved here: Go to Get Sassy or Mane de Jour beauty supply stores for black hair products; Stacy's off da Hook has the best mac and cheese; you can get lit at Brunch-ish, on Sundays; and when the Basement Tapes DJs are at Concierge Bistro, go dance the night away. How being black in Phoenix made me love my culture more. Simple things were hard to find, like a hair salon I can walk into and get a sew-in or a store that sells Hicks Edges.

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Every first Saturday at the Parsons Center in Phoenix, black women and men set up rows of tables to display their brands, clothing, beauty products, handmade jewelry, food, spices and artwork. I got caught in my first dust storm driving home to Tempe.

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I worked hard to find my culture in Phoenix. People came up to me, got to know me, and I was able to ask all those burning questions: People like Erika Alexander, who has lived in Phoenix for 15 years. But I was confident I could quickly find my own slice of home here. Everything I needed — from black hair care, to soul food, to bars that don't turn 2 Chainz into techno — was easily accessible and plentiful in Atlanta.

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The store and its monthly farmers market feature dozens of black-owned businesses. A true southerner, I sampled as much sweet tea as I could and ranked the best ones in the Valley. When I moved to Phoenix almost two years ago, my first goal was to meet someone I could relate to, someone who looks like me: a black woman. Talking to her helped me realize I can't expect Phoenix to be just like my hometown.

As the saying goes, you don't know what you've got until it's gone — or have to work hard to find it.

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Facebook Twitter. Moving to Phoenix made me realize how much I love my black culture. Elizabeth Montgomery is a producer for The Arizona Republic, azcentral. I was moving from Atlanta, the nation's black mecca, to a much whiter city. You come to places like Archwood Exchange.

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Since I found it, I've never felt more black or more proud of it. I moved here by myself and had a lot of questions: I needed to know where to get products for my hair, who has the best soul food in the Valley, and where I can dance to trap music on a Friday night.

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I was excited to feel a dry heat and slightly afraid of seeing a haboob. Life went from being safe and unbothered to being bothered.

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The room was filled with people who looked like me, who understood me, who saw me. My first few months in Phoenix were lonely. For more stories that matter, subscribe to azcentral. You can meet people here and find out what other people are doing. On the first few visits to my local Fry's, I searched for someone who looked like me more than I looked for groceries.

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Phoenix is not Atlanta, and I had to adjust to the difference. There, I could walk around my neighborhood grocery store and nearly everyone looked like me; getting my hair done was as simple as walking into the Weave Shop.

Reach her at emontgomery azcentral. She didn't know me, but the moment I saw her natural hair bouncing in the wind I knew she was who I was searching for.

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Elizabeth Montgomery Arizona Republic. I was the only black person at a bar in Scottsdale and couldn't get the bartender to look at me. And I cooked food in my car during a degree day, because why not? I felt isolated. Share your feedback to help improve our site!

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That feeling of being connected to my culture had returned. You have to search for it. She is vice-chair of the Arizona Republic's diversity committee and vice president of the Arizona Association of Black Journalists. I grew up with a sense of security that I could walk around unbothered and unafraid because I was surrounded by people like me. This city is full of people from somewhere else and many are looking for pieces of home, just like I was.