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A Better Chance, Inc. (ABC)

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    The only domestic and most established academic talent search for minority youth.
   
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A. Philip Randolph Institute & A. Philip Education Fund

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    An organization dedicated to increasing awareness and involvement of African American politicians at local, state, and national levels of government.†
   
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African American Museum Association (AAMA)

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    An institution whose purpose is to encourage and promote the celebration of African American culture and heritage through public exhibitions.
   
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African Methodist Episcopal Church (AME)

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    An African Methodist Episcopal church committed to helping the needy, feeding the hungry, housing the homeless, and supplying jobs for those in need.
   
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African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church (AMEZ)

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    A Methodist Episcopal Zion church established to spiritually and academically support institutions of higher education.
   
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Africare, Inc

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    A private, not-for-profit organization devoted to bettering the access to food, water, health care, refuge assistance, and a greater quality of life in rural Africa.
   
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Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society

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    An African American organization encouraging academic research into African American history and geology.
   
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Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. (AKA)

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    Founded in 1908, this group has set out to improve social, economic, cultural, and health conditions throughout the United States and the world.
   
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Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc

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    First started in 1906 and the oldest predominantly black Greek Letter fraternity in America, this organizationís purpose is to foster academic excellence while serving the community.
   
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Alpha Pi Chi National Sorority, Inc.

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    Originally founded in 1963, this sororityís primary focus is a strong fundraising effort to benefit many charities.
   
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American Association for Affirmative Action (AAAA)

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    Created for professionals committed to the implementation of affirmative action and equal opportunity across the nation.
   
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American Association of Black in Energy (AABE)

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    An African American associationís most paramount of tasks is the constant reinforcement of ensuring that minority voices are taken into account in regards to the development of national energy policies.
   
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American Bridge Association (ABA)

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    Formed by African American tennis players in response to being excluded from most bridge events.
   
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American Council on Education, Office of Minorities in Higher Education

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    Provides aid to minority administrators in both predominantly white and historically black institutions of higher education around the world.
   
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American Health and Beauty Aids Institute (AHBAI)

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    A trade association for companies of minority ownership whose manufacturing includes ethnic health and beauty products.
   
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American League of Financial Institutions (ALFI)

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    Embodied by 51 African American, Hispanic, Asian American, women-owned, and/or women-managed savings and loan institutions whose goals are to promote and produce thrift and home ownership among minority groups.
   
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Amistad Research Center

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    Makes accessible to the public a collection of scholarly source material on ethnic history and race relations in the United States.
   
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Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order Nobles Mystic Shrine, Inc. (AEAONMS)

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    A charitable and benevolent fraternal order that sponsors programs to curb delinquency and drug use among black youth while lending support to education through scholarships.
   
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Associated Black Charities

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    A not-for-profit federation of health and human services agencies whose contributions enable and assist community based organizations serving New York neighborhoods in need of most aid.
   
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Associated for Multi-Cultural Counseling and Development

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    Encourages improvement on ethnic and racial empathy and understanding through the use of comprehensive programs.
   
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Association of Black Admission and Financial Aid Officers of the Ivy League and Sister Schools (ABAF

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    A professional educational subset of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and its sister schools for minority admissions and financial aid officers.
   
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Association of Black American Ambassadors (ABAA)

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    Originally created to advance public understanding of diplomacy and to provide a forum for an exchange of views between its members and various arms of government responsible for shaping foreign policy.
   
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Association of Black Foundation Executives (ABFE)

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    For men and women on staffs or boards of corporate and foundation grant-making organizations.
   
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Association of Black Psychologists

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    An association geared towards uniting black psychologists, both professionals and students, to encourage the psychological well-being of African Americans.
   
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Association of Black Sociologist (ABS)

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    For African American sociologists with doctorates who contribute to research and publish findings on black experiences.
   
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