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African American Chamber celebrates new headquarters

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Mayor John Cranley cut the ribbon on Sept. 18 at the African American Chamber of Commerce’s new headquarters, down the street from their former building in Walnut Hills. Pictured in front of a swelling crowd are African American Chamber president Eric H. Kearney (on Mayor Cranley’s right), former AA Chamber President DeAsa Nichols (on Mayor Cranley’s left), and former board chair Angelita Moreno-Jones (next to Nichols). Next to Moreno-Jones, left to right, are Judge Alan Triggs, Vice Mayor Christopher Smitherman, City Councilmembers Jeff Pastor and Greg Landsman, AA Chamber Program Coordinator Jourdan Ivory, and City Councilmember P.G. Sittenfeld. Next to Kearney (left to right) are AA Chamber Vice President Kristi Clement Williams, CPS Superintendent Laura Mitchell, Evendale Mayor Richard Finan, and Hamilton Co. Democratic Party Chair Gwen McFarlin. Photo by Pete Coleman

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