TRACY AFRICAN AMERICAN ASSOCIATION CELEBRATES BLACK HISTORY MONTH
The City of Tracy's First Black Mayor
To hear more of Mayor Young’s remarks on Black History Month and being part of our community’s
history, please watch this video.
Celebrates Black History Month
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February 8, 2020
THE CITY OF TRACY CELEBRATES BLACK HISTORY MONTH
Honoring Tracy’s First Black Mayor and the Display of the Pan-African Flag at City Hall for the First Time this February Tracy, Calif. – On January 19, 2020, for the first time in Tracy history, the Tracy City Council adopted a resolution authorizing the display of the Pan-African flag at City Hall commemorating Black History Month in February. This historic resolution was adopted following another important first in Tracy’s history that took place in November – the election of Nancy Young, our first Black Mayor.
“Black History month is extra special for me this particular year because I feel that I am truly part of that history in the making,” said Mayor Nancy Young.
GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETINGS...
TAAA General Meetings are held on the first Saturday of every month, from 10:00 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. virtually. Participation in TAAA’s varied standing committees enables individuals and families to take an active involvement in the community. You will be encouraged in your efforts to contribute to educational, social and cultural activities. We take pride in our efforts and respective abilities to promote community awareness of African American culture, values, contributions and history.
TAAA COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES/EVENTS...