NABVETS Eclipse Internet Radio Station

We are so excited to inform you of the opening and kickoff of the NABVETS Eclipse Internet Radio Station in Milwaukee, WI for Veterans.

Hello NABVETS members and Commands please join ustomorrow on Tuesday, November 11, 2014 Veterans Dayfrom 10:00 AM to 2: 00 PM CST Central Standard Time. The discussion portion will run for 4 hours starting at 10:00 AM CST with various guest and members speaking about the history of NABVETS and other programs and services for veterans. The station is up and running now playing R & B and Jazz music. We hope to have a fun and conduct an open discussion about NABVETS and our past history and hear some exciting news about our future. We will play a special greeting from our National Commander, Richard Kornegay in North Carolina. We would like to invite you to be one of our guest to openly speak about your chapter and your commitment to helping veterans. To tune in to the Internet station please go to  and click on theplay button  To call us please dial 414 431-2345. Stay tuned as we might announce a new contact phone number tomorrow.We look forward to you joining us tomorrow Veterans Day at10:00 AM. Also we expect to have members and listeners from around the world joining us.

Richard Rodgers
National Director of Organization Development
National Association for Black Veterans Inc. HQ
315 W. Court Street
Milwaukee, WI 53212
(877) 622-8387 or (414) 345-4248

November 1st meeting – Speakers

JamesandKarolBrownThe presenters for the November 1st 2014 NABVETS Tacoma  meeting will be Brown Tones Production – Help In Person assistance for enrolling in the Washington Health plan Finder.

Karol Brown Tones Productions, HELP

In-Person  assistance for the Washington Healthplan Finder
Also: Harriet Tubman Programs
James and Karol Brown

Guest Speaker for Sat. Sept. 6th


Ann Mumford
Ann Mumford

Ann has worked as a Case Manager for at risk children, youth and families in employment & training and specialized foster care programs in Pierce County for over 30 years. Ann worked for a local AIDS service organization as a community Health educator coordinating outreach activities to the faith community on prevention of HIV/AIDS.  Ann coordinated “National Week of Prayer for the Healing of AIDS”, formerly known as “Black Church Week of Prayer for the Healing of AIDS”.  Ann continues to work with the faith community on the prevention of HIV/AIDS through her own non-profit organization “Keepers of the Flame NW”.

Ann is currently working for African Americans Reach and Teach Health Ministry as IPA Outreach Coordinator for Pierce, Kitsap, and Thurston Counties.  Ann has two IPA Outreach volunteers working with her to spread the word about “affordable Health Care”, Ms. Ameedah Hasan from “Roosevelt Heights COGIC” and Ms. Emily Reed from “Living Word Christian Church”.