Kennetta Calloway The EPA William D. Barber Chapter wishes a heartfelt congratulations to Kennetta Calloway on her retirement from federal service on January 15, 2021. Kennetta currently serves as Recording Secretary and has been a vital asset to our chapter. Congratulations Kennetta and Best wishes on your next adventure!
Anthony “Tony” Cheatham On December 31, 2020, our beloved Colleague, Brother and Friend, Anthony “Tony” Cheatham transitioned from this life to one of eternity. Tony was involved in the chapter in many capacities from President to until his passing, our Scholarship Committee Chair, and leading the Chapter’s participation in the WHUR Thanksgiving Food Drive. His
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A Celebration of Resilience from Home Friday, June 19 | All Day | Online Juneteenth marks our country’s second independence day. Though it has long been celebrated among the African American community, its history has been — until recently — little known to the wider public. The National Museum of African American History and Culture