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RPIC funds research projects to analyze the past, present and future of public policy as it relates to the African American community.

  • RPIC reviews the history of public policy, the background and development of the issues that have affected the African American community, as well as how such issues have influenced current public policy trends.
  • RPIC will act as an overseer, assessing the current trends of public policy and how such trends will affect the future of the African American community.

 

Recent Publications by RPIC

The materials created from this research are available to public officials, community-based organizations, principal constituent groups, and all appropriate civic organizations.

Black Residential Migration in California: Implications for Higher Education Policy

State of Black California Report

2008 Environmental Survey

 

 

Research Clearing House

RPIC seeks to provide you with information that is important to California’s African American community.  Our Research Clearing House provides you with links to research publications and projects that fall in line with RPIC's mission.

We are always looking to add new content to our Research Clearing House.  If you have a suggestion or submission for a research project or publication that you think should be added to our website, please contact us .

 

 

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History Makers

The war is but a symptom of a far deeper malady within the American spirit. In the words of the late John F. Kennedy, 'Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable.

Martin Luther King, Jr. 1967