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Core Values

 

Core Values & Guiding Principles


The Charlotte Post Foundation values African American youth and their contributions. We embrace the following core values & principles:


We believe that African American youth should receive equal access and equitable conditions in education and resources to flourish in the community and reach their greatest potential.

We recognize challenges facing African American youth in the community and move with urgency to strategically address the issues.

We are a catalyst for uniting partners to act and implement strategies which transform the lives of African American youth.

We understand the value of collaborative partnerships in effectively addressing the challenges facing African American youth.

We value integrity and ethical behavior in ourselves and in our partners.

We value effectiveness and accountability and will adapt our strategies when necessary to achieve even greater success with measurable outcomes.

We believe in the collective intellectual strength of African American youth and their ability to partner in shaping a better community for the future.





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Ordinary People

Time: 2 p.m. Durham County Library presents

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Choir Anniversary

Time: 4 to 6 p.m. The Voices of Peace will

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NCCU Homecoming

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