ABOUT BAPAC The Black American Political Association of California (BAPAC) was founded in 1979 when sixty African-American leaders and activists from across the state met in San Francisco and Los Angeles.
What does BAPAC stand for?
BAPAC stands for Black American Political Association of California (est. 1978)
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- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 4 other meanings of BAPAC in our Acronym Attic
- Beverly Area Planning Association
- Bilateral Advance Pricing Arrangements
- Boulder Asian Pacific Alliance (Boulder, CO)
- British Association of Paediatricians in Audiology (UK)
- Brooklyn Association of the Performing Arts (New York)
- Broome Administrative and Professional Association (New York)
- Budget and Accounting Procedures Act of 1950
- British Au Pairs Agencies Association (London, England, UK)
- Bay Area Perinatal AIDS Center (San Francisco, CA)
- Berkeley Alcohol Policy Advocacy Coalition (Berkeley, CA)
- British Association of Performing Arts Medicine
- Booksellers' and Publishers' Association of South India
- Barbados Agro-Processing Company Limited
- Bon Air Presbyterian Church (Richmond, VA)
- British Association for Print & Communication (Elstree, Hertfordshire, UK)
- British Association of Print and Copyshops
- Bureau of Air Pollution Control (various states)
- Business Application Performance Corporation (software performance standards; also seen as BAPCO)
- British Association for the Person-Centred Approach
- Boston Air Pollution Control Commission
Samples in periodicals archive:
Among them were representatives from the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, the National Alliance of Black School Educators and the Black American Political Association of California.
Wilson Riles will join former CTA official and Black American Political Association of California member Alice Huffman in calling for the defeat of Proposition 10.