84.1 F
Springfield
Friday, August 14, 2020
Home African American The National Coalition of Black Veteran Organizations releases its year-end report:

The National Coalition of Black Veteran Organizations releases its year-end report:

Facebooktwitterredditpinterestlinkedinmail

Chairman Charles Blatcher III, notes that 2018 has been an interesting year. In 2019, the organization maintains its mandate to elevate public awareness about the contributions of Black servicemen and servicewomen in the defense of the nation.  “Our contributions in the defense of the nation is the cornerstone to our claim for civil rights and equal opportunity,” he said. The subject deserves greater thought and visibility within the context of American History — with recognition of Colonel Charles Young and Seaman Dorie Miller. Please view the report:   https://simplebooklet.com/veterans2019


- Advertisment -

Most Popular

Groundbreaking Research Reveals Black And Latinx Girls Are Left Out Of Leadership Pipeline From The Start Due To Systemic Racial Bias In Schools

GIRLS LEADERSHIP, a national, educational nonprofit started in 2009, announces new findings from READY TO LEAD, a groundbreaking research study that will monumentally impact...

Black Applicants Are Far More Likely to be Denied a Mortgage, Limiting Opportunity to Live ‘The American Dream’

Despite recent growth in Black homeownership rates, Black homeowners still face many challenges and sacrifices when trying to secure their dream home.

Morehouse Alum Starts Foundation & Gives $10,000 To Empower Black ParentPreneurs

In March of 2020, at the beginning of the pandemic, James Oliver, Jr. decided to start a foundation to empower Black parents who are...

Africa: It’s Time to Confront Anti-Blackness in Asian-African Communities

According to Allafrica.com, "the history of Asian-Africans - and how they have fit into African societies - is complex and varied. Between...

Recent Comments