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Hunger by the Numbers

Interactive Data: Hunger 2010

Construction and manufacturing have been hit hard over the years and especially during this recession.

Since 2000, we have lost 4 million manufacturing jobs and we will continue to do so unless we rebuild our manufacturing sector. Learn more about unemployment

Study Guide for the 2017 Hunger Report

Study Guide for the Hunger Report 2010

The Bible teaches us that God is redeeming his people and restoring the whole creation.

The 2017 Christian Study Guide includes four small-group sessions rooted in the content of Fragile Environments, Resilient Communities.

The study guide is designed for Christians of many theological and political viewpoints. Each session invites participants to consider how they might act in response to the issues discussed in the Hunger Report.Learn more about this report �

NBCI Healing Family Initiative
The church understands there will be no church without strong families to support it.

Help Preserve the History of the
Black Church

The National Black Church Initiative is working with the Smithsonian Institute to help preserve and protect the First African Baptist Church, the oldest Black Baptist church in America.

Current NBCI Programs and Program Archives

NBCI Black Homeownership 51% Program - Increase Black Homeownership by 9% Over the Next 7 – 10 Years
NBCI's Innovative Health Policy Plan for Our Nation
Someday is Today. NBCI Partners with The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
Autism Diagnoses Tend to Come Later for African American Children
Now is the Time! NBCI Partners with the Colon Cancer Alliance
What's new? NBCI Health and Consumer Surveys
National Black Church 10-Year Economic Development Plan Booklet
Florida State University and NBCI strongly encourage African American mothers with infants 12 to 18 months to take the First Words Survey
Someday is Today. NBCI Partners with The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Through its Health Emergency Declaration
NBCI Seeks Newly Diagnosed Men and Women Breast Cancer Patients Who Are Members of Our Churches
NBCI Joins CVS Health and the American Lung Association To Help African Americans Live Tobacco-Free
NBCI Wants to Help Our Church Members Newly Diagnosed With Lung Cancer
Autism Speaks Early Access to Care initiative seeks to reduce the average age of diagnosis.
Understanding Hepatitis in African-Americans
Let Us Sell YOUR BOOK - NBCI Books and Periodicals
Image of money and family of three NBCI’s Financial Literacy Initiative
NBCI’s Savings for Life Program is an ambitious, bold, and historic move on behalf of the Black Church to encourage saving, promote manageable budgets and reaffirm the importance of responsible financial habits.

Image of various Black men NBCI Invites Black Men Back To Church
Our focus is to open our doors, arms and hearts to understand the complex sociological and psychological factors that prohibit African American men from being consistent churchgoers.
Image of Vice Adm Brewer at education seminar NBCI’s Education Initiative
NBCI joins The National Academy Foundation in educating Black High School students across the United States.
The National Black  Church Initiative Supports More BROADBAND The National Black Church Initiative States Its Position on Net Neutrality and Broadband
NBCI believes that broadband should be universally accessible despite geographic location or income and is vigorously pushing for both Net Neutrality and universal broadband access to become realities in America.
Image of distressed woman, COPD symptoms NBCI Proudly Announces the Kick-Off of an Innovative COPD Education Program
COPD is short for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. It is a serious lung disease that includes emphysema, chronic bronchitis or both. A preventable and treatable disease, COPD makes it hard for a person to breathe. NBCI partners with Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc. to save lives.

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