USBC Supports Sean Combs

The National Football League has long been home to African American talent and commitment to the game of football. Thanks primarily to its players, 70 percent of whom are Black, the NFL has been a unifying force in support of critical issues, including criminal justice reform and women's equality.

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Recap: Congressional Roundtable

Earlier this week, the U.S. Black Chambers (USBC) and a select group of USBC business owners met with members of the Congressional Black Caucus during a roundtable discussion to address growing concerns of the impact repealing the Clean Power Plan (CPP) would have on Black-owned businesses and the Black community at-large.

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Black Influencer: Maggie Anderson Advocates for USBC

Black History is full of trailblazers and pioneers that fought to build the Black community from the ground up, we will not let them down. We're doing our part to support the economic development of the Black community through our Bank-Black credit card initiative, which was specifically created to help Black entrepreneurs obtain much needed capital.

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