Black Business Association (BBA)

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RECENT EVENT

It's a Celebration of
50 Years of Service

DIGITAL JOURNAL AVAILABLE

What an event!! The community came together to celebrate 50 years of service at the BBA's Earl "Skip" Cooper II Dinner & Roast Celebration on Saturday, August 20, 2022, which took place at the California Science Center. Please take a moment to view our digital journal.

Special Thanks to the Event Committee: 
Emma Maxey
Pat Watts
Rosalind Pennington
Debbie E. Lumpkin
Denise Peoples

and the rest of our Board Members: 
Kim Anthony-Morrow
Ezekiel "Zeke" Patten Jr.
Brett Byers
Jan Vanderpool
Nathan Freeman

UPCOMING EVENT

Juneteenth Celebration: From Freedom to Entrepreneurship

Join the Black Business Association and Forgiving For Living in partnership with Comerica Bank in celebration of Juneteenth. 

From Freedom to Entrepreneurship, this virtual event will serve to INSPIRE YOUTH as we celebrate the enterprising spirit of Black American pioneers. 

CLICK HERE ON 6/18 @ 10AM PT TO WATCH LIVE ON FACEBOOK.

Support the BBA. Donate today!
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VIEW VIDEO

Meet the New Leadership of the BBA!

The Black Business Association has new leadership and we are excited for things to come. 

If you were able to attend our virtual 2022-2024 Board Installation Ceremony, no worries.
Click the link below to view it here. 

PROGRAM

Feed Our Community

Help the BBA support restaurant business owners and the community by donating to help feed the community.

The BBA is implementing the “Feed Our Community” program by supporting Black restaurant owners to provide hot, wholesome meals and feed those in need…Free of charge.

Make your donation today!
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Founded 1970

Your Link to African American Businesses Owners

Founded in 1970, the Black Business Association (BBA), headquartered in Los Angeles, the oldest active ethnic business organization in the state of California, has been committed to ensuring that African American and other diverse business owners benefit from our advocacy efforts to impact, improve and implement policy that improves access to contracting and procurement opportunities with the public and private sector, in addition to providing access to financial resources.  The BBA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

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