The Harvest Institute CFC#
The Harvest Institute is a research organization dedicated to public
policy research, education and advocacy activities that will foster economic
self-sufficiency and competitiveness in Black America.
The Institute is an outgrowth of the book, Black Labor, White Wealth: A
Search for Power and Economic Justice, authored by the founder, Dr. Claud
Anderson and based upon the blue print he offers in the PowerNomics: The
National Plan to Empower Black America.
The Institute was established in 1993 and is a non-partisan, tax-exempt,
non-profit organization dedicated to the principles of black economic
development, geo-political empowerment, developing institutional leadership
and reconstructing Black communities.
The Institute's main office is located in Washington, D.C., a short distance
from the District of Columbia City Hall, the White House and the United
States Congress. The Institute's primary domestic and international research
areas are designed not only to inform Black America about developing issues
that effect their lives, but to provide an analysis of how best to respond
within the context of a national plan.
The Institute communicates its findings through a variety of formats for the
benefit of Associates, elected officials, the media, community
organizations, churches, universities, business people, the Black community
at large and others who are interested in better understanding racial
issues. The Institute produces a newsletter and Interpreters, which are
background issue papers. Dr. Anderson represents The Harvest Institute's new
paradigm for analysis and solutions at national policy forums, lectures and
via radio, television and other electronic media.
Individuals, corporations and organizations are eligible to support the work
of The Harvest Institute through tax deductible gifts. Federal employees can
contribute through the Combined Federal Campaign under the National Black
United Federation of Charities.
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