The United States Army Band pays tribute to Gold Star Families with a performance of “Amazing Grace” at Arlington National Cemetery.
Time away from family, balancing home life, and spousal unemployment are just a few of the challenges the military community faces that may have been worsened by the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the latest “Military Family Lifestyle Survey” from Blue Star Families, an organization that supports military families.
“Since the pandemic hit, one study found nearly 40% of active-duty service members have food insecurity; for minority members, it’s more than half.”
I am very grateful for what Dog Tag Bakery alumni bring to our organization and communities across the nation. This Black History Month, I encourage everyone to learn more about our alumni who are finding important ways to live life on their own terms outside of the military.
This #BlackHistoryMonth, we’re celebrating Black-owned alumni businesses.
Our alumni community is diverse in talent and expertise, which is represented by the wide variety of businesses you will find in this blog post.https://t.co/RHdJ7siC9T
— Dog Tag Bakery (@DogTagBakery) February 21, 2021