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Minority business leaders complete “MBA” program

The Greater Cincinnati Executive Business Accelerator (E.B.A.) is a business-focused program offered by The Greater Cincinnati & Northern Kentucky African…

DeWine Visits African-American Chamber of Commerce touting Ohio’s Vaccination rate

WCPO Online News CINCINNATI — Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine visited Cincinnati Friday to give an update on COVID-19 vaccination numbers.…

Black Businesses Hurt by the COVID-19 Pandemic Finds Ways to Survive

by Nailah Edwards and Lucy May Davis Cookie Collection opened its Bond Hill dessert shop in October 2020. (Photo Credit:…

The Cincinnati Herald Podcast Episode 5

This is  fifth episode of The Cincinnati Herald Podcast. We discuss news that you can’t get anywhere else. On today’s…

UC study: $1.4 billion economic impact of Black-owned businesses in the Cincinnati region

Members of the African American Chamber of Commerce and supporters: Morgan A. Owens (far left), April Pope (front center), Jason…

$1.4 billion generated by black businesses according to AACC

Provided The African American Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with UC Economics Center, did a study which shows that Greater…

An Open Letter to President-Elect Biden and Vice President-Elect Harris

The impact and importance of Black businesses By Eric H. Kearney, president and CEO of the Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky…

African American Chamber and MORTAR announce minority business emergency assistance fund

The Greater Cincinnati & Northern Kentucky African American Chamber of Commerce (AACC) and MORTAR, a resource hub for urban entrepreneurs,…

African American Chamber receives 2020 Best of Cincinnati Award

The ribbon cutting at the new African American Chamber offices on Gilbert Avenue in East Walnut Hills in 2019. Herald…

In this unprecedented time, we will support our small local businesses, together

By Eric H. Kearney We will get through this, TOGETHER. Party politics, blame, and the division of our differences are…