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The
Commission
to End the
Disparities
Facing the
African American
Community

 


WELCOME!

Greetings from the Illinois African American Family Commission


 
Michael  A. Holmes
Executive Director
 



Reverend Clifford Spears
Chairman
 

The Illinois African American Family Commission was established by Public Act 093-0867 to assist various state agencies to advocate for and promote the well-being of African American families and children through public policy. 

This will be accomplished by: 

  1. Monitoring existing legislation and programs designed to address the needs of African Americans in Illinois

  2. Assisting State agencies in developing programs, services, public policies and research strategies that will expand and enhance the social and economic well-being of African American children and families, and

  3. Facilitating the participation of African Americans in the development, implementation, and planning of strong and vibrant communities.


Download a copy of the IAAFC fact sheet in PDF format by clicking here!

Our Mission

The Illinois African American Family Commission
develops, evaluates and advocates for public policies,
plans, research and programs that will strengthen
and preserve families, family economics,
workforce participation, health status,
safety, education and training, and
quality of life for African Americans.

 


2013 Annual Report Now Online
!

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Economic Development Grants For Small Businesses!

The Commission has launched a new initiative to promote community development, job growth and job retention in underserved communities!

For more information, click here!

This initiative is funded by the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic
Opportunity

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Pat Quinn
Governor

 

Serving Illinois Residents
of all ages!

Gov. Pat Quinn, who issued a proclamation declaring Wednesday “Civil Rights Act Day,” joined several African-American political and religious leaders at Quinn Chapel AME Church, where he signed legislation expanding the role of the Illinois African American Family Commission.
 

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Last modified: December 19, 2013