VA, NAACP announce partnership to improve quality of life for minority, Black veterans
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) will partner with the NAACP to improve the department’s service for Black veterans, the organizations announced Friday.
The new initiative hopes to increase Black enrollment in VA services and assist in hiring “culturally-competent” care providers who specialize in working with minority communities, the VA said in a release.
ITS OFFICIAL!! History made!!
Our National Board Member Edward Dubose From Columbus/ National Chairman of Armed Services and Veterans Affairs Committee leading the way in negotiating the signing of this historic Memorandum of Agreement with the Department of Veterans Affairs and NAACP My signature will forever be engraved in the History of this Association.
Now the real work starts fighting to close the gap in the disparities that exist between Black and white Veterans including Black Women and Women in General.