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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.

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NAACP Youth & College Division Supports NIKE “Future Sole” Competition

The NAACP Youth & College Division is honored to support NIKE in their 1st Annual Future Sole Design Competition. 

Applications for the 2008 AAYLP Conference available January
The African-American Youth Leadership Program (AAYLP), a division of the Research and Policy Institute of California, is seeking applicants for its 2008 African-American Youth Leadership Conference. California high school students eligible to graduate in 2009 or 2010 are invited to apply.  Click here to find out more and download an application today.
Welcome to our new website

Welcome to the new website for the Research and Policy Institute of California (RPIC)!  We are excited to unveil our new website, which is loaded with useful information that is relevant California’s African American Community. 

Our new and improved website features the following:

  • A new private online academic support/social network for Society of Leaders members and African American Youth Leadership Program alumni
  • A new best practices network and database for Connecting Communities Coalition members
  • A more user-friendly Events Calendar
  • Community-minded news alerts and feeds
  • A community resource directory
  • An interactive current events poll

Check back often to stay current on what we are doing to bridge the gap!

Ashoka's Changemakers Announces Competition to Help Young Men Succeed
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundationand  Ashoka's Changemakers have  launched a new global competition challenging organizations to  submit their most innovative approaches to addressing the societal problems facing young men.
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