Our founders constructed a plan to address the massive inequities African American veterans faced after returning home from service. Thus Black Veterans for Social Justice was born.
Our founders understood that BVSJ needed to integrate into the community and provide the underserved housing, jobs and social services
BVSJ has always celebrated our women veterans and provided programs and services for them and their families.
The vision of our founders has become a reality and BVSJ is now a place of peace, comfort and passion for veterans and the community.
All persons could be productive, positive contributions to society, no matter what sex, race, social class, military labels or problems may beset them;
All humans wish to do the right thing but do not often get the opportunity;
Given a boost, a helping hand, all people, particularly veterans, would respond positively and productively.