This Month’s #GoddessSpotlight Feature is a 911 First Responder and Veterans Advocate…Meet Meta Mereday and hear all about the work she is doing for the Veteran Population in Nassau and Suffolk Counties here in New York and beyond.
Black Women Stand Up is extremely excited to feature Meta this month as she is doing so much to help and to bring attention to the many needs and plight of our Nation’s Veterans. Video Below:
Love and Thanks to “Black Military Women” another of our favorite Sistah Veterans on Twitter – @WomanistVeteran!
Check out the below images of #BlackWomenVeterans that we discovered on Google.
Cpl. Denise Houston, a Ridgeland, S.C., native, hangs on to a Zodiac boat as she, along with fellow Soldiers, try to get the watercraft turned back over Aug. 14 at Fort Leonard Wood’s Training Area 250 Lake. Troops from the Forward Support Company, 94th Engineer Battalion, part of the 4th Maneuver Enhancement Brigade, 1st Infantry Division, were challenged with various tasks, including boat drills and swimming with waterproofed gear.
U.S. Army 1st Lt. Audrey Griffith, a native of Castlerock, Colo., points out an area of interest during a force protection drill to Spc. Heidi Gerke along the perimeter of Forward Operating Base Hadrian in Deh Rawud, Afghanistan, March 18, 2013. Both women are members of the 92nd Engineer Battalion from Fort Stewart, Ga. (Photo by Australian Army WO2 Andrew Hetherington/Combined Team Uruzgan Public Affairs)