BBE to Participate in Today’s King Talk Town Hall at 3pm

NYC Councilman Andy King has invited the Black Business Empowerment Committee (BBE) to participate in his KING TALK: Radio Talk Video Town Hall that streams on Facebook and YouTube every Monday at 3 pm.
Today, Monday, April 27, 2020, Zevilla Jackson Preston, R.A., BBE Committee member, will appear with other panelist to discuss the COVID-19 crisis and its disproportionate negative impact on NYC’s Black business community. Please tune-in if you can.
Remember – BBE is collecting information on Black-owned businesses. If you have not already completed BBE’s Black business survey, please take a moment and click the link below the flyer to do so.
Please take a moment to help us help you!
BBE needs you to do a few things.
1: Complete a brief survey.
2: Email BBE a photo similar to one of the ones below.
Email photo to
3: Use the hashtag below whenever possible.
Who are we?
Harlem’s Black Business Empowerment Committee (BBE) is a collective of Black community organizations, churches and business owners that have come together to put forth a plan for Black Business Empowerment. The goal is to make Black economic health and Black business empowerment a priority for all elected officials. Primary organizers:
The 400 Foundation
The 400 Foundation, a moral movement for economic equality, was birthed in February 2019 as a historical acknowledgement of the 400th year since the end of Chattel Slavery in North America and a biblical response to the Exodus liberation story after 400 years of oppression.
Harlem Business Alliance
Since its founding in 1980 the Harlem Business Alliance (HBA) has been a force of advocacy for the development and empowerment of Harlem’s small business community. HBA offers free one-on-one counseling services to aspiring entrepreneurs maneuvering through the start-up phase as well as to established small business owners.
WEG is an alliance of Harlem based Black entrepreneurs formed in 2018 in an effort to level the playing field for Black business owners in NYC. WEG seeks to buck the trend by advocating for Black-owned businesses and identifying contract opportunities and Black entrepreneurs prepared to accept the opportunity.
For more information contact BBE at
WEG NYC | 275 Malcolm X BlvdNew York, NY 10027


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