African Americans’ Commitment to Service and Army Recruiting in the Age of COVID - Black Voice News


S.E. Williams | Executive Editor

African Americans are highly visible in the military until you get to the top. Although it has been more than 75 years since the military was integrated, like everywhere else in America, the upper regions of military ranks remain primarily an exclusive club for White men.

According to PEW Research, although the size of the military is edging downward, its makeup is becoming more reflective of the nation’s society overall. Racial and ethnic minorities made up 40% of active-duty military in 2015, up from 25% in 1990; and by 2017 the number of ethnic minorities…



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