USBC Addresses White Rage + Inauguration Details

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By U.S. Black Chambers

Washington, DC- During the recent presidential election the U.S. Black Chambers (USBC) played a pivotal role in advocating for the Biden-Harris campaign. As the national voice of Black business owners, the USBC leveraged its 145 affiliate Chambers of Commerce and affiliated business associations representing 310,000 businesses to support the Biden-Harris campaign.

The USBC will continue its support of the Biden-Harris Administration by hosting a virtual inauguration celebration. Leading up to the inauguration,

USBC released the following statement:

“We’ve witnessed modern-day white rage at its climax during its terrorist attack on the U.S. Capitol, resulting in violence, fatalities, and hundreds of lawmakers, staff, and civilians held against their will.
We remain hopeful that the Biden-Harris Administration will turn the country in the right direction by replacing a President who used his entire presidency to incite racism, xenophobia, and homophobia among other biases that has divided America, and diminished the world’s view of America.

On inauguration day we’re not only celebrating the incoming Biden-Harris Administration, we’re celebrating the , bigotry, and incompetence,” says U.S. Black Chambers President Ron Busby.
During the virtual inauguration celebration the USBC will showcase its 2021 State of Black Business report, discuss the economic outlook for Black businesses, and engage attendees with live musical performances and much more. 

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Ron Busby