About our commitment
AMIBA has committed to focusing on racial equity in all that we do. This work isn’t a separate program but a foundational value that runs through all our work. We seek racial, economic, educational and social equity at our core. It is a journey we have undertaken and we invite others to join us.
Join us in our work to bring equity to the local movement and beyond
Choose Indie Sustainable: Go Green
The American Independent Business Association (AMIBA) is moving through an exciting transformative...
Who’s Local? Find Community Banks and Credit Unions in Your Region
You may know some of the Community Banks and Credit Unions in your area. But do you know them all?
St. Patrick’s Day: Keep the Green In Your Community
This St. Patrick’s Day, keep the green in your community by investing more of your dollars at community banks, credit unions, and locally owned businesses.
SBN Massachusetts to Honor Eight Indie Locals
For nearly a decade, the Sustainable Business Network of MA (SBN) has honored Indie Local...
New Feature: Celebrating Extraordinary Indie Local Businesses
We’re excited to introduce a new series celebrating locally owned and independent businesses.
Walking Tours Get a Radical Makeover, Focusing on People’s Histories
Instead of kings, plutocrats, and generals, a new kind of historical walking tour focuses on the...
How Unpacking Layered Challenges is Strengthening Local Businesses in New Orleans
In New Orleans, a city usually humming with tourists, COVID-19 altered the small business scene in...
Skip the Door-Busting Mobs and Chill Your Holiday with Plaid Friday or Cider Monday
by Caroline Tremblay, The Daily Yonder November 23, 2021 New Hampshire’s rural Monadnock Region is...