NCPPRNational Center for Public Policy Research
NCPPRNational Campaign for Pesticide Policy Reform (est. 1993)
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130) The NCPPR concludes that "[p]oor and minority families pay a disproportionate amount of the social and economic costs of growth restrictions," particularly increased home prices.
Project 21 - named for the next century - came about in 1992 when the white conservative think tank, the National Center for Public Policy Research, NCPPR, viewing the aftermath of the Los Angeles riots, called a meeting of black conservatives.
That group, funded by the NCPPR, was formed essentially to seek a platform and publishing opportunities for the views of its members.