Our research and policy agenda is rooted in a firm commitment to open-minded inquiry into economic independence, public health, education, leadership, and other issues affecting the global Black community.
Center for Policy Analysis and Research
The Center for Policy Analysis and Research (CPAR) is rooted in a firm commitment to open-minded inquiry into economic independence, health equity, education, civic engagement, and other issues impacting the global Black community. CPAR’s objective is to improve the socio‐economic circumstances of African Americans by generating analyses and policy recommendations advancing equity and equality in policy areas such as criminal justice, education access, economic development, public health, voting rights, and Black representation in the ever-growing technology sector.
The CBCF Avoice Virtual Library is a premier source of information about historical and contemporary African American policy issues important to researchers, academics, educators and students. Avoice captures and preserves the rich history of African American political and legislative contributions for future generations.
CBCF produces district-level community forums throughout the country to explore public policy concerns and pursue policy solutions that meet people where they are and serve them with access to viable and qualified information.
The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation regularly publishes special reports addressing key public policy issues affecting the global Black community, including economic independence, public health, education and leadership.