BLACK CABINET.. An informal organization in which Bethune often served as chair and Weaver vice chair, the Black Cabinet met on an irregular basis, frequently at the home of individual members. Its primary purpose was to coordinate African-American opinion both in and outside the Roosevelt administration.
Courtesy Archives Center, National Museum of American History. Addison Scurlock. The "Black Cabinet". President Franklin D. Roosevelt appointed an .
Black Cabinet. (noun) An informal group of African-American public policy advisers to President Franklin D. Roosevelt, first known as the Federal Council of Negro Affairs.
African American leader and advocate that served as director of Negro Affairs in the National Youth Administration and led the Black Cabinet of unofficial African .
The Black Cabinet was first known as the Federal Council of Negro Affairs, an informal. Burwell, N.Y., "Lawrence A. Oxley: Defining state public welfare among .
Definition of CABINET: The advisory board or council of a king or other chief executive. In the government of the United States the cabinet is composed of the