The Black Affairs Advisory Council (BAAC)
BAAC was officially recognized in 1981 and chartered in 1991. Its purpose is to serve as an advisor to the Commissioner of Social Security on issues and concerns important to African American employees and the broader community serviced by the Social Security Administration (SSA). BAAC’s main objectives are to encourage and promote equality in service for the African American community and to ensure that the public is well informed about their rights under the programs SSA administers. BAAC monitors the equal employment and public outreach efforts of the Agency to better serve their constituents. BAAC’s major initiatives include the National Bone Marrow Donor Program, community outreach programs, health issues that affect African Americans and career development activities for SSA employees.
The NCC will begin a full campaign of the 25th Anniversary Celebration October 1, 2015!
The celebration is to be ,held on both land and sea, beginning August 26, 2016 in Baltimore and will be a stellar event!
With that in mind, please be advised the Royal Caribbean Cruise event coordinator has notified us the registration for the 25 Year Anniversary Cruise Celebration, scheduled for August 27 – September 1, 2016 (departing from Baltimore) will end on 09/04/2015.
The deadline is required in order to begin the planning and coordination our onboard celebration activities, which tentatively include:
- An “ALL WHITE” Sailing Party;
- One Training Symposium
- Award Ceremony
- A Formal Gala
- A Praise Celebration
As you know, the cruise portion of the event has been in the planning stages for quite some time and has received an overwhelming amount of support from the membership. Now is the time to make your actions match your words, and put the wind beneath our sails –REGISTER! The attached flyer contains the event coordinator information, the pricing, and the sailing schedule for your convenience!
See each of you in Bermuda!!!!
Remember, “With Renewed Pride, Determination, and Resilience – We Dare to Dream!”