El Centro de Investigación Aplicada da a conocer los resultados de la evaluación al Gobernador Schwarzenegger y al Cuerpo Legislativo Estatal. Consultoría en Comunicaciones. Noviembre 16 , 2005. Contactos:Andre Banks (510) 289-0102 movil, (212) 513-7925 oficina, Gina Acebo (510) 882-6255 movil, (510) 653-3415 oficina.
Lawmakers Decry Dramatic Failure of Governor's Policies for Blacks, Latinos, Asians. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE. November 16 , 2005. Media Contacts:Andre Banks (510) 289-0102 cell, (212) 513-7925 office.
According to New Legislative Report Card on Race. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE. February 24, 2005. Media Contact: Andre Banks (917) 456-7759 cell.
Grades the Voting Record of Legislature and Governor. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE. February 18, 2005. Media Contact: Andre Banks (917) 456-7759 cell.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE.. April 29, 2004. Media Contact: Andre Banks, Applied Research Center (917) 456-7759 cell.
Assembly Select Committee on Hate Crimes to Co-host Hearing with Ethnic Caucuses. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE. Media Advisory, April 26, 2003. Media Contact: Andre Banks Applied Research Center (917) 456-7759 cell.
(February 2, 2006—New York, NY) On the heels of the State of the Union address, the Applied Research Center challenged the President’s strategy to address the nation’s deepening health crisis. The national policy institute argued that the White House must lead the charge for an accountable, public solution that ensures high quality care for all Americans and close the gap on racial, economic and gender disparities in healthcare.
(November 16, 2005—Oakland, CA) In the wake of California's special election, the Applied Research Center joined members of the state assembly to present the findings of the California Legislative Report Card on Racial Equity 2005 evaluating the Governor and state legislature on key legislation effecting communities of color. Legislators and political organizations from across the state revealed the disappointing grades received by the legislature and Governor on larger than life report cards and demanded public policies that reverse racial disparities.
(16 de Noviembre, 2005—Oakland, CA) Tras la elección especial de California, el Centro de Investigación Aplicada presentó el día de hoy el Informe de Resultados sobre la evaluación de Equidad Racial 2005 del Gobernador y del Cuerpo Legislativo Estatal, en las Legislaturas clave que afectan a las comunidades de color.
(July 15, 2005—New York, NY) Today, the Applied Research Center and Northwest Federation of Community Organizations released a new report entitled Closing the Gap: Solutions to Race-Based Health Disparities. The report documents the persistent problems experienced by communities of color attempting to access health care services across the nation.
(April 29, 2004—Sacramento, CA) The Assembly Select Committee on Hate Crimes will hold a hearing to assess the state of civil rights in California. Legislators say that immigrant communities and communities of color are concerned that national security policies are fostering a climate of increased fear and hate.
(February 24, 2005—Sacramento, CA) The Applied Research Center, an Oakland-based public policy and research institute, released a report today on the voting record of California's legislature and Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger. California's New Majority: 2004 Legislative Report Card on Race highlights ten bills that passed in the last session that would have had the most direct impact on communities of color.
(February 18, 2005—Oakland, CA) The Applied Research Center will hold a press teleconference on the release of their report, California's New Majority: 2004 Legislative Report Card on Race.
(November 9, 2004—Berkeley, CA) Keynote Address Opens National Conference on Race & Public Policy. Radio and television talk-show host Tavis Smiley will be speaking in UC Berkeley’s Wheeler Auditorium at 7pm, Thursday November 11, 2004
(4 de Noviembre, 2004—Berkeley, CA) Activistas se juntan en Conferencia Nacional de Raza y Politica Publica.
(November 4, 2004—Berkeley, CA) Advocates Gather at National Conference on Race and Public Policy at the University of California, Berkeley, November 11-13, 2004.
(October 27, 2004—Berkeley, CA) Community activists, policy advocates and academics are gathering to discuss the future of the racial justice movement at a conference on Race and Public Policy at the University of California, Berkeley, November 11-13, 2004.
(October 20, 2004—Berkeley, CA) Post-election Conference to Set Strategies for Future of Civil Rights.
(October 16, 2003—Chicago, IL) Chicago Families Protest Increasing Racial Profiling in the Era of the War on Terror: Community Hearings to be Held on Anniversary of the Patriot Act.
(September 19, 2003—Santa Clara, CA) Two Years After 9/11 South Bay Families Appeal to Leaders to Curb Excesses of National Security Policies.