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By: In Your Shoes Media
Five years ago, Northern Virginia started one and now central Virginia has one as well. A group of black business leaders led by Ervin Clarke, owner of Urban Views Weekly, has launched the Central Virginia African American Chamber of Commerce. The new chamber is an association of businesses, individuals and organizations who believe that recycling dollars within the black community is an integral part of building a more financially-sound community.
"We believe that the best way to create black wealth is through entrepreneurship, the establishment, and then the growth, of black-owned businesses that will keep money within the community and draw new money in from outside," Clarke said.
Central Virginia African American Chamber of Commerce
The mission of the Central Virginia African American Chamber of Commerce is to strengthen the community by supporting and promoting the recycling of dollars within the African American community. We will realize this mission by educating the African American business and consumer base on the value of doing business with one another.
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