Institute To Create Young Black Male Entrepreneurs Kicks Off In Washington D.C.

12-05-15 bmeinstitute 2 comments

As the nation grapples with civil unrest over police brutality and issues around Black Lives Matter, the U. S. Black Chambers Inc is addressing economic disparity by helping young black men in Washington, D.C. to become business owners. The organization has launched the first Young Black Male Entrepreneur Institute event at the City Club in the nation’s capital. This is the first of many in the United States. USBC is an organization comprised of self-sustaining Black Chambers and nationwide small business association.

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Source: Black Enterprise

 



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  • Roby S. Williams

    LOVE This. This is an initiative We want to have replicated in the City of Memphis, Tennessee. Tell me how to begin to collaborate with USBC to get this done asap. RON BUSBY, you, sir, are an Amazing Servant Leader. BEST

    Roby S. Williams
    President, Black Business Association of Memphis 555 Beale Street Memphis, TN 38103 ph. (901)526-9300 fax (901)525-2357 Call Us. Engage Us. We are, “ALL IN” on this one

    12-05-15 Reply
  • Jonathan Williams

    I was told you have an event in DC, on Jan 21st but I don’t see any information regarding it. Can you send me the info. Thanks

    12-05-15 Reply

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