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The Kappa Alpha Psi National Town Hall. Building a Movement for Black Male Achievement Pt. 1
Kappa Achievement Academy
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Inspiring Achievement
The Kappa Alpha Psi Town Hall: Black Male Achievement Pt. I
The Kappa Alpha Psi Town Hall: Black Male Achievement Pt. II

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I am honored to extend to you a warm welcome to this website of the Kappa Alpha Psi Foundation. Modern information and communication technologies have created the possibility for everybody with a computer or mobile device to gain access to virtually limitless volumes of information through the Internet. 

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Thoughts From the Kappa Foundation

How do Foundations Impact the Community?
By Brother A. Ronald Berryman 

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The priority purpose of the Foundation is to raise money to award grants for community projects which are intended to enhance the lives and status of the underclass of our society. All grants are restricted to non-profit entities. 



The Kappa Alpha Psi Foundation Annual Activity Report

icon Annual Foundation Report from the Kappa Alpha Psi Foundation given at the 81st Grand Chapter Meeting in Houston, Texas in August of 2013.

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The Kappa Foundation Annual Budget

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The Kappa Alpha Psi National Guide Right Town Hall will stream live here on Wednesday, August 12th at 2:30pm-5:30pm CST. Follow us on Twitter @KFoundation1911 #KappaTownHall
Watch as President Obama speaks on the My Brothers Keeper Initiative. An initiative focused on helping young boys of color in America.

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America's Promise releases report on improving the Financial Aid system to increase college completion 


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The Education Trust has produced a new document regarding current strategies in clsoing the Achievement Gap. 

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Breaking the Glass Ceiling of Achievement for Low income Students and Students of Color


A Dream Deferred 2013: The Future of African American Education Conference 
Thursday, May 2, 2013 - 8:00am - Friday, May 3, 2013 - 3:30pm, Chicago IL

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Gifts of cash are the most common way of supporting the Kappa Foundation. Your gift is tax deductible. The Kappa Foundation is a 501(c) (3) organization. Presently the Foundation has three categories of cash gifts: Million Dollar Club, Foundation Club, and General Donations.  


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