- Examines the implications of anti-affirmative action policies (such as Proposition 209)
- Determines how pre-existing practices influence higher education access and achievement of African American students
- Creates a repository of research studies on access and equity issues
- Maintains a network with community-based leaders, educational administrators, researchers, parents, and policymakers in California
- Produces and disseminates information, knowledge, and strategies useful for improving educational access and the academic achievement of African American students
The College Access Project for African Americans (CAPAA) is a research project of the Ralph J. Bunche Center for African American Studies at UCLA. In 2002, the Ford Foundation funded this project to examine the current status of, challenges to, and strategies for increasing access in California’s higher education institutions for African Americans.
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