Our Strength is in our Numbers... Our Power is in our Unity! 
WELCOME TO THE
GREATER BALTIMORE BLACK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Thank You For Your Continued Support 

And For Sharing In Our Ten Year Anniversary


REGINALD F. LEWIS MUSEUM
of Maryland African American History & Culture
Photos from the 50th Anniversary of Kwanzaa
Thank you to the hundreds of families and friends who joined us to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Kwanzaa. The holiday was founded in 1966 by Maryland native Dr. Maulana Karenga. Visitors commemorated the occasion with performances, workshops, crafts, and more. View photos from the 50th Anniversary of Kwanzaa Celebration.
Celebrate MLK Day with Crafts, Performances, and More
Monday, January 1612-4pm
Join for an afternoon of live performances, a discussion, film screenings, and crafts that honor the civil rights leader. Performers include ConneXions Arts School and North Dorchester High School Choir. View the PBS series "Black America Since MLK: And Still I Rise." See the MLK Day Celebration events and RSVP.
Reggae Fusion Live
Third Thursdays: Thursday, January 19, 6pm
This reggae fusion band plays refreshingly positive vibrations of originals with a unique blend of reggae, jazz, spoken word, rap, song and instrumentals, all with a world beat flavor. Listen to a clip of the reggae fusion band Joe Cooper Project and RSVP.
Alice Walker: Beauty in Truth
Sunday, January 29, 2pm
(84 minutes) Mixing powerful archival footage with moving testimonials from figures such as Angela Y. Davis, Quincy Jones, Steven Spielberg and Danny Glover, this documentary gives a penetrating look at Alice Walker, the first black woman to win the Pulitzer Prize for fiction. Watch the trailer for Alice Walker: Beauty in Truth and RSVP.
Photo: Jay Baker
Preview Black History Month 2017
Spoken word poetry about Love; Frederick Douglass' use of photography; and Verizon Open House are judy some of the programs coming in February. View all the events of Black History Month 2017.
Last Chance to See "Kin Killin' Kin"
Monday, January 16, 2017. FREE.
The powerful exhibit Kin Killin' Kin (KKK) portrays youth in stylized klan garb that mirrors modern hip hop clothing trends. The artist, James Pate, hopes his work encourages acknowledgement, dialogue, and solutions to gun violence. Free admission. View images of the exhibit Kin Killin' Kin (KKK).
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2016 Maryland General Assembly


Now that the 2016 legislative session is over, it is time to prepare for 2017's agenda and address important issues to consider for the 2017 Maryland General Assembly.  

The GBBCC will be looking at HB457, the state property tax filing fee reduction bill.  This bill did not make it out of the Economic Matters Committee in the 2016 legislative session.  

If Passed this bill would have reduced the filing fee in $50 increments until the fee was reduced to $100.  

This bill would obviously be of great value to small and minority businesses.

The Chamber's Legislative/Public Policy Committee is studying this bill and we are planning to organize to support this bill during the 2017 Maryland General Assembly.

Join us in Annapolis this year as we come together to support this legislation.  Please contact the Chamber with your concerns, events, or ideas. 

Debra Keller-Greene, Board Chair




                                           OUR MISSION

The GBBCC mission is to provide support and leadership for the growth and development of black owned and operated businesses and to advocate for economic empowerment in the African American Community in the Greater Metropolitan Area.

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The GBBCC is the perfect place to get support and assistance as a new business owner, someone thinking of starting a business, and those that seek to expand and enhance their existing business.

This is the place to cultivate new industry relationships and to stay connected with others specializing in your field of business and beyond. GBBCC is proud of its strong ties to the minority business communities in Baltimore City and it's surrounding counties that provide partnering, mentoring and business support services for our members.



The GBBCC Monthly Meeting is held at Coppin State University's Talon Hall at 6:30 pm the first Wednesday of each month and are free and open to the public.


GBBCC prides itself on bringing the best and the brightest of the business community to conduct informative seminars, workshops,and classes assisting business owners on everything from legislative changes to upcoming minority contracts and how to apply for them.


Join GBBCC today and allow us the opportunity to take part in your businesses growth and success!

Our Strength is in Our Numbers, Our Power is in Our Unity!


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