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Our Resource Directory provides links to businesses and organizations in California who fall in line with RPICs mission to bridge the gap bridge the gap between the African American community and access to resources which are essential to their economic, social and educational well being.

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RPIC seeks to provide community members with information about the many resources that are available in their specific communities.  If you would like to be listed in RPIC’s Resource Directory please complete the registration form.

Please note that all submissions are subject to review and approval by RPIC staff prior to being published in the Resource Directory.  If you have questions please contact us directly at info@calresearch.org.

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The California Legislative Black Caucus Extends Special Recognition to RPIC
The California Legislative Black Caucus extends special recognition and support to RPIC for its work through AAYLP.
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Assemblymenber Curren D. Price, Jr. Commends RPIC
Assemblymenber Curren D. Price, Jr. Commends RPIC for its efforts to "increase the African American community's ability to access the resources essential to economic, social and educational progress; while stregthening effective communication between the African American community and public policy makers in California."
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Call for Submissions: Seeking art submissions for the 2009 RPIC Calendar
Call for submissions.  The Research & Policy Institute of California is seeking art submissions to be included in its 2009 Annual Calendar.
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ENVIRONMENTAL SURVEY [Press Release]

ImageAfrican American and Latino communities less concerned about global warming issues, according to survey

 

Survey underscores worry over lack of education, cost of implementation’s impact on minority communities


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Top 5 AAYLP Students Win Scholarship

ImageFive young leaders attending this year’s African American Youth Leadership Program were selected to receive the Jerome E. Horton Outstanding Leadership Scholarship.

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It may well be that the greatest tragedy of this period of social transition is not the glaring noisiness of the so-called bad people, but the appalling silence of the so-called good people.

Martin Luther King, Jr.