NCPPR

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NCPPRNational Center for Public Policy Research
NCPPRNational Campaign for Pesticide Policy Reform (est. 1993)
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But although the NCPPR does not have to disclose its donors and describes itself as "non-partisan," it has (https://www.mediamatters.org/research/2010/01/07/fox-amp-friends-funnels-exxon-funded-ncppr-pres/158736) received donations from ExxonMobil Corp.
Ford rejected the group's proposal "because it encompasses matters relating to the Company's ordinary business operations." The company dismissed the NCPPR's "buzz words" and assertions that advertising on the news networks and publications amounted to "indirect political spending," according to the shareholder proposal documents.
In the absence of a coordinated right-wing response, NCPPR enlisted a coterie of black conservatives, including Peterson, to denounce the rioters as wanton criminals while hailing the LAPD's ham-handed response.
NCPPR's executive director, David Almasi, coordinates Project 21's strategy, churns out its press releases and even provides its spokespeople with talking points before they appear on air.
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.