African American Tucson Business and Organization Directory (PDF)
A resource including Black owned and operated local businesses and organizations as well as community resources focusing on the African American experience. Resources range from banks, barber shops/beauty shops, churches, to museums chronicling the contributions of African Americans to Southern Arizona.
Arizona Commission of Indian Affairs
Working for a greater understanding and improved relationships between Indians and non-Indians in the State of Arizona.
Asian Chamber of Commerce
Support, promotes and fosters business, cultural and educational relationships between chamber members and the general public.
Chicanos Por La Causa
A community development corporation that advocates for a stronger and healthier community. CPLC works to build alliances through economic development and empower communities through education and advocacy.
Inter-tribal Council of Arizona
Provides maps of tribal homelands in Arizona.
Native American Youth Entrepreneur Camp
Each summer, the Native Nations Institute conducts the Native American Youth Entrepreneur Camp (NAYEC) on The University of Arizona campus in Tucson. The camp fosters skills to encourage private-sector development in Indian Country. NAYEC instructors teach high-school juniors, seniors, and recent graduates the basics of economics, computer skills, and business-plan preparation through activities that lead to personal and professional development.
Tucson Chinese Cultural Center
Promotes, sponsors, and educates the community relating to the Chinese culture and heritage via activities and the Tucson Chinese School throughout the year.
Tucson Southern Arizona Black Chamber of Commerce
Offers a wealth of opportunities to businesses based in Tucson and Southern Arizona.
Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
As the fastest growing Hispanic chamber in the country, The Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (THCC) offers a variety of benefits and networking opportunities to help businesses succeed and gain access to the Hispanic market through networking.
Tucson Meet Yourself
Celebrated the richness and diversity of Tucson's traditional arts since 1974.
Tucson Urban League
Formed in 1971 by a committee of businessmen from the Tucson Chamber of Commerce. This committee was formed in response to the high unemployment rate among minorities in Tucson. Today the league offers opportunities to revitalize the inner city and support local businesses.
YWCA of Tucson Racial Justice Programs
Strives to ensure that women and people of color are adequately represented within all aspects of society. The YWCA provides workshops to educate people of the different ways racism affects our lives in order to appreciate differences.