Iowa Commission on the Status of African Americans Annual Report, Fiscal Year 2008

(2007) Iowa Commission on the Status of African Americans Annual Report, Fiscal Year 2008. Human Rights, Department of


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This publication of our 2008 Annual Report. This past year was beset with challenges and disappointments, but we were still able to forge ahead and register some significant accomplishments along the way. Our vision to organize our collective genius in a systematic way is beginning to take shape, and these efforts are reflected in this report. From various developments, like the making of a documentary and film of the Alexander Clark, Sr. story, to the partnership between the division and principal leadership in the faith community around the OCBI’s “Ten Point Plan”, one can envision the proverbial Black “phoenix” rising, renewed from the ashes of banal ideologies and practices. We will seize this opportunity, in conjunction with all of Iowa, to work together around the entire state, to produce a plan that reflects our collective interests, passions, and needs as we help create the Governor and Lt Governor’s vision of “One Iowa with One Unlimited Future.”

Item Type: Departmental Report
Keywords: African-American, Annual Report, State Government
Subjects: State government > State finance
Social issues and programs > Ethnic groups and minorities > African Americans
Government finance and taxes > State finance
State government > State agencies
State government
ID Code: 7632
Deposited By: Margaret Barr
Deposited On: 06 Aug 2009 19:56
Last Modified: 06 Aug 2009 19:56