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NCOBPS Initiatives

“A Growing Organization in the Struggle for African Liberation”

Over the years, NCOBPS has initiated a number of programs and partnerships designed to expand the organization's intellectual and institutional breadth.
 

NCOBPS formally established, “The Race and Democracy in the Americas Project,” a collaborative research program with Afro-Brazilian scholars. Co-sponsored conferences were held on racial politics in the United States and Brazil. The National Political Science Review, Volume 9: 2003, features select articles from this project.  [SEE RACE AND DEMOCRACY PAGE FOR MORE DETAILS AND PROJECT MEMBERS]

In 2004, NCOBPS established an organizational affiliation with the African Association of Political Scientists (AAPS).

In 2006, NCOBPS established a partnership with the National Coalition on Black Civic Participation (NCBCP).

In 2008, NCOBPS created the Katrina Task Force and published its the first report, “The Katrina Tragedy: The Case of New Orleans,” Volume 1: 2008

NCOBPS also maintains linkages with related organizations, both within and outside of the academy. Within the academy, organizations and resources include: a strong linkage to the American Political Science Association (APSA) Committee on the Status of Blacks in the Profession (CSBP) and related organized sections/groups; APSA Centennial Center for Political Science & Public Affairs; the Midwestern Political Science Association (MPSA); the Southern Political Science Association(SPSA); the Western Political Science Association (WPSA); the African Studies Association; the National Council for Black Studies(NCBS); the Association of Social and Behavioral Scientists (ASBS); and the

African American History and Studies (AAHS) to name a few.

 
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