New Study Finds Military Service Members, Veterans, and Families of Color Perceive Discrimination During Service, Face Challenges in Work and Relocation Opportunities, Want Stronger Racial Equity Programs

New Study Finds Military Service Members, Veterans, and Families of Color Perceive Discrimination During Service, Face Challenges in Work and Relocation Opportunities, Want Stronger Racial Equity Programs

Blue Star Families (BSF), the nation’s largest non-profit dedicated to supporting military families and strengthening communities across the United States, today released the results of a new, comprehensive study highlighting the unique experiences, needs, and viewpoints of military service members, Veterans, and families of color. The study aims to build understanding and awareness around the progress and barriers facing military families of color, address gaps in knowledge, and provide insights that will help drive solutions to the issues military and Veteran families of color face. The report highlights findings from a 14-month study which included focus groups; new analysis of external military and Veteran-related data; and a nationwide survey of over 2,700 respondents tailored to address the unique experiences of military and Veteran families of color.

New Study Finds Military Service Members, Veterans, and Families of Color Perceive Discrimination During Service, Face Challenges in Work and Relocation Opportunities, Want Stronger Racial Equity Programs

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