Campaign for Inclusion

Our Campaign for Inclusion addresses the inequities military families of color face in the areas where they live and work.

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Campaign for Inclusion

Our Campaign for Inclusion addresses the inequities military families of color face in the areas where they live and work.

Hear from our Racial Equity and Inclusion Committee

"It is a readiness issue for our service members. I couldn’t have been the ready soldier I was for 38 years unless I knew my family was taken care of.” ~ Lieutenant General Gwen Bingham U.S. Army (Ret.), REI Committee Co-Chair

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CAMPAIGN FOR INCLUSION: OUR WHY

Service members and their families are not immune to the effects of racism while they serve. The community has not always heard or supported their voices in the past.

We can be part of positive change. Our Campaign for Inclusion's racial equity and inclusion work:

  • addresses the service experiences inequities military families of color face.
  • works to increase their sense of belonging in communities worldwide.

We root the Campaign for Inclusion in strong leadership. An extraordinary group of leaders and trusted advisors support this work. These are men and women who have experienced life in a military-connected family. They have invaluable experience and  important perspectives to share.

Service members and their families are not immune to the effects of racism while they serve.

How It Works

Five Impact Areas

"I work full time. I am a Black mother of two Black boys, and my husband is an active-duty officer. We will move again in less than a month to a new neighborhood, and I am more fearful now than ever about whether the neighborhood will accept my boys and my family."

— A Black Military Spouse

Campaign for Inclusion Partners

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