Founded in 1996, the African American Policy Forum (AAPF) was developed as part of an ongoing effort to promote women’s rights in the context of struggles for racial equality. It serves as an information clearinghouse that works to bridge the gap between scholarly research and public debates on questions of inequality, discrimination and injustice.
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AAPF Spotlight: Current Issues and Actions
Leaving Girls Behind: An Analysis of Washington DC's "Empowering Males of Color" Initiative
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Is Separation the Solution?
A Convening at UCLA School of Law to Discuss the Theory & Practice of Gender-Based School Reforms for At-Risk Students of Color
STAND WITH RAVI PERRY AND LUKE HARRIS AGAINST RACIAL CENSORSHIP IN HENRICO COUNTY
AAPF and The National Association for Ethnic Studies stand against the recent banning of the "Unequal Opportunity Race" video in Henrico County, Virginia schools.