Milton S. Eisenhower Foundation
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The Milton S. Eisenhower Foundation continues the work of the National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders (the Kerner Riot Commission, formed after the 1960s riots in large cities) and the National Commission on the Causes and Prevention of Violence (the National Violence Commission, formed after the assassinations of Martin Luther King and Robert Kennedy
It is a nonprofit organization, located in Washington, D.C.; the President and Chief Executive Officer is Alan Curtis.
The Foundation identifies, funds, evaluates, builds the capacities of and replicates multiple solution ventures for the inner city, the truly disadvantaged, children, youth and families.
- Patriotism, Democracy, and Common Sense: restoring America’s promise at home and abroad, edited by Alan Curtis, 2004
- The Millennium Breach: Richer, Poorer, and Racially Apart, by Alan Curtis
- Locked in the Poorhouse: Cities, Race, and Poverty in the United States, Edited by Fred R. Harris and Alan Curtis, 1998
- Eisenhower Foundation statement
- National Programs/Replicating and Evaluating
- Capacity Building
- Policy Formulation
- Eisenhower Foundation Web Site