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U.S. Black Chambers, Inc. Discuss The State Of Black Businesses With President Biden

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On Friday, July 21, U.S. Black Chambers, Inc. members met with President Joe Biden and other senior administrative officials to discuss the state of Black-owned businesses in America.

According to Wish TV, DuJuan A. McCoy, owner, president & CEO of Circle City Broadcasting, was one of the core members who took part in the inspiring conversation in which the Commander in Chief said, “There is still work to be done to ensure equitable growth and wealth creation for communities of color” and thanked the USBC for keeping his administration informed. “I am very proud to be a Board of Directors Member of the U.S. Black Chambers since our missions are so closely aligned,” McCoy said. “This is a great opportunity to work directly with Washington, DC officials, and policymakers for the betterment of historically disadvantaged Black business all across America.”

While in Washington, D.C., USBC members also met with Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy Director of the White House National Economic Council, Joelle Gamble, as well as Counselor for Racial Equity, Department of the Treasury, Janis Bowdler and Senior Advisor to the Administrator, Small Business Administration, Deidra Henry-Spires.

Source: Black Enterprise

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