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The Coalition to Back Black Businesses (CBBB), launched in partnership with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, American Express, and the nation’s four leading Black chambers – the National Black Chamber of Commerce, National Business League, U.S. Black Chambers, Inc., and Walker’s Legacy – announced it has awarded $5,000 grants to 600 Black-owned small businesses in 33 states.
The U.S. Chamber Foundation conducted a series of interviews featuring Coalition to Back Black Businesses (CBBB) grantees and their stories. We heard from Black small business owners on how the CBBB grant helped them, the impact of the pandemic on small businesses, and what Black business owners need during this challenging time.
America faces an ever-rising tide of red ink. We prioritize consumption over investment—the past over the future—and lock these commitments in with automatic spending increases that consume an ever-greater share of our federal budget.
The Internet has demanded that we change the old practices of public engagement. We no longer have to rely on costly one-way messaging or direct communication with limited audiences.
The nation's young people are faced with many burdens, from a hard regulatory climate to a looming entitlement crisis. The only solution for Millennials is economic growth.
Some argue that the Millennial generation struggles when it comes to mastering basic financial skills.
The signifiers of success used to be simple. Own a home (or two) and a car (or two) and voilà! You've achieved the American Dream.
What are the rites that mark a person’s passage from journeyman to master in a field?