GLAACC Partners With Corporations to Advance Black Businesses

For over 15 years, the Greater Los Angeles African American Chamber of Commerce‘s (GLAACC) Business Evolution Program (BEP) has partnered with major corporations to provide entrepreneurs with the tools and resources they need to increase scale and achieve economic growth.

The Company Plans Women’s Empowerment Conference

Dr. Beverly “Bam” Crawford, founder/president of Bam Crawford’s The Company and pastor of Bible Enrichment Fellowship International Church, along with Gabrianna Crawford, a.k.a. the artist Punky G, vice president, present Bam Crawford’s The Company Annual Women’s Empowerment Virtual Conference on Friday, April 16, through Saturday, April 17, online. The Registration fee is $15. However, Dr. Crawford refuses to leave anyone who wants to attend the conference behind, therefore if you are experiencing budget restraints at this time, apply for a registration sponsorship by email at [email protected]. “The Company has created a fellowship that supports, empowers,  restores, and lifts up women that go through tough times. It is my desire to invest in

Concerned Black Men Los Angeles: Mentoring at its Best

On Friday, August 19, 2016, the Concerned Black Men of Los Angeles (CBMLA) will host its 2nd Annual Awards Banquet honoring men and women who serve as mentors for at-risk youth in the Los Angeles community. The Honorable Rupert Byrdsong, Los Angeles Superior Court, will be the keynote speaker. For the past 13 years, CBMLA has provided academic support, career enrichment, and mentorship for Black male youth throughout the greater Los Angeles area. Mark Anderson, former Postmaster for Los Angeles and current President of CBMLA said, “the number of kids in our community who are fatherless sons is astounding. About