Virtual Series

ON THE MARK

"On The Mark" is a new virtual series hosted by BECMA that will feature local, state, and national policy leaders who will break down relevant legislation, policy, and other topical matters that are crucial for the growth of Black business owners and entrepreneurs. Each week, we will invite elected officials, practitioners, and others to both share insights into important resources for our community and answer questions live for the viewing audience.

2021

March 30

Building an Economic Agenda for

Black Women in Massachusetts

Paris Alston (WBUR) engages Rep. Chynah Tyler (7th Suffolk), Bithiah Carter (NEBiP), Charran Fisher (Fisher Contracting Corp) and Pam Everhart (Fidelity Investments) in a discussion on how to create and actualize an economic agenda for Black women.

2021

March 6

Black & Latinx Business Virtual Town Hall

BECMA and Amplify Latinx invite representatives from the Lawyers for Civil Rights to discuss details related to the federal civil rights complaint against the City of Boston, explain next steps, and answer member questions.

2021

February 25

U.S. Small Business Administration 

PPP Loan Information Session

Representations of the SBA Massachusetts District Office join BECMA to share tips on how to successfully navigate new rounds of emergency relief like PPP and share updates from the Biden/Harris Administration.

2020

August 27

Black Business Month Candidate Forum

7th Congressional District

Rep. Ayanna Pressley discussed her first term, her accomplishments, the importance of the census and voting, and her plans for her second term. The forum was moderated by Jenee Osterheldt (Boston Globe).

2020

August 26

Black Business Month Candidate Forum

8th Congressional District

Dr. Robbie Goldstein, candidate for the 8th Congressional District (currently occupied by Rep. Stephen Lynch), joined to discuss his role as a physician and ideas for the minority business community. The forum was moderated by Yawu Miller (Bay State Banner).

2020

August 25

Black Business Month Candidate Forum

7th Congressional District

Sen. Ed Markey and Rep. Joe Kennedy -- candidates for the U.S. Senate -- addressed business and other economic development issues impacting Black and other minority communities. The forum was moderated by Crystal Haynes (Boston 25 News)

2020

August 24

Black Business Month Candidate Forum

8th Congressional District

The candidates for the 4th Congressional District addressed business and other economic issues impacting Black and Brown communities. The forum was moderated by Joyce Ferriabough Bolling (Boston Herald) and Byron Barnett (WHDH-TV).

2020

April 30

Senate Ed Markey

Senator Markey joined BECMA and partners Amplify Latinx, Boston Ujima Project, CommonWealth Kitchen, Foundation for Business Equity, and MA LGBT Chamber of Commerce to discuss small business support and equitable distribution.

2020

April 09

SBA Massachusetts District Office

Bob Nelson and Nadine Boone of the SBA Massachusetts District Office joined BECMA and the Foundation for Business Equity to answer questions about the Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL), Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), and other SBA products.

2020

April 02

Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley

Congresswoman Pressley joined BECMA, along with partners Amplify Latinx, Boston Ujima Project, and CommonWealth Kitchen, to discuss the CARES Act (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act) and efforts to create an equitable COVID response.

On The Mark with

CONGRESSWOMAN AYANNA PRESSLEY (MA-07)

On The Mark with

SBA MASSACHUSETTS DISTRICT OFFICE

On The Mark with

SENATOR ED MARKEY (D-MA)

Black Business Month Candidate Forums

4TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT

Black Business Month Candidate Forums

UNITED STATES SENATE

Black Business Month Candidate Forums

8TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT

Black Business Month Candidate Forums

7TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT

U.S. Small Business Administration - Massachusetts District

PPP LOAN INFORMATION SESSION

Black and Latinx Business

VIRTUAL TOWN HALL

Building an Economic Agenda for

BLACK WOMEN IN MASSACHUSETTS

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

© 2020 Black Economic Council of Massachusetts, Inc.

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