Work, wages, and wealth for Black Americans
Congresswoman Maxine Waters and BEA Co-Chair Tony Coles take questions about BEA’s work in the 2018 midterms
U.S. Senator Cory Booker describes why the work of BEA is so crucial as Congresswoman Karen Bass and Mayor Eric Garcetti look on
Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams describes her economic agenda to uplift all families in Georgia at the BEA gubernatorial candidates forum
BEA Co-Chair Tony Coles and BEA Executive Director Akunna Cook discuss BEA’s work with a BEA member
Who We Are
Black Economic Alliance is a coalition of business leaders and aligned advocates committed to economic progress and prosperity in the Black community with a specific focus on work, wages, and wealth. We are using our collective power and business acumen to advance policies that can and will create economic empowerment in our community.
We’re making elected officials more responsive to our needs
We are committed to identifying and supporting candidates who champion economic opportunities for Black Americans, and who will implement sustainable policies that will make a real difference in the lives of Black Americans.