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Minority Coalition to Participate in Whitehouse Roundtable


 FMCRC joins the Minority Business Roundtable in a WashingtonD.C. event to address issues and opportunities with minority businesses, including access to capital, supplier diversity and industry reform within the financial industry sector.  The key to job creation in minority communities are minority businesses:


Special Invitation to attend 
Issues Facing America Luncheon

December 3, 2009
12pm to 2:30pm
St. Regis Hotel
, 923 16th and 

K Street NW
Washington DC20006

Luncheon Speakers will discuss:
Small and Minority Business, the Economy, Recovery Efforts, International Trade, Financial Reforms, Health Care
and other important Issues Facing America

“President Obama and I understand that our country faces many challenges, but we are excited about the opportunities of this extraordinary moment. Groups such as the Minority Business RoundTable continually renews my confidence about what we, as Americans, can achieve together.”
--  Joseph R. Biden, Jr.,  Vice-President

  Limited Seating Reserve by Nov. 20

10:00am - 12:00pm             
White House Briefing Closed

12:00pm - 2:30pm
Issues Facing America Luncheon
Vice President Joseph R. Biden invited
Republican National Chairman
Michael Steele invited
SBA Administrator Karen Mills invited 
Senator Babara Mikulski invited 

Panel Discussion: U.S. Economy & Minority Business 2009:
Building Economic Bridges in Minority Communities

Click Here To Register

or go to:
Lynn Miller, Executive Administrator,

Minority Business RoundTable,, (202)289-8881
A non-profit organization representing CEOs of America's leading minority businesses.  A portion of the funds will be used to support the MBRT internship program

FMCRC Mission Statement

Our goal is to empower low-income and minority communities by attracting investments for health, education, homeownership, employment, and minority entrepreneurship using a holistic advocacy approach.

The Coalition's (70+ minority organizations)  strategy entails six central programs and projects for Florida's minority communities, families and organizations:

  1. Access and opportunity for home and business ownership
  2. Community Reinvestment Policy
  3. Sustainable development
  4. Capacity Building
  5. Consumer protection
  6. Financial and home ownership literacy education

Join us today!



Please direct all questions, concerns, comments, and media inquiries to:
814 Ponce de Leon suite 210
Coral Gables, FL 33134
Email:    Susan Lewis

 (941) 284-0688

Civil Rights and legal issues or comments to:
Reginald J. Clyne
Clyne & Self, P.A./Civil Rights Attorney
Douglas Centre-Suite 1100
2600 Douglas Rd, Coral Gables Florida  33134

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