On Tuesday, leaders of over 150 national security and foreign policy organizations joined voices in support of a statement prepared by Women of Color Advancing Peace, Security and Conflict Transformation against the acts of racism and discrimination structurally built into this country’s foundation.
Bulletin president and CEO Rachel Bronson signed onto the statement, affirming that “The Bulletin recognizes racism as a threat to humanity and that national security cannot be advanced unless all citizens have strong personal security. Within the national security community, the dialogue has been historically dominated by white male voices and it is our responsibility to initiate and cultivate change. We acknowledge that we have much work to do on this front to serve as an ally with communities of color, and those advocating change.”
As signatories of the WCAPS statement, the Bulletin commits to holding ourselves accountable and being a part of the solution, including taking action to:
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