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THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MINORITY CPA FIRMS

Founded in 1971, the National Association of Minority Certified Public Accounting Firms (NAMCPAF) is dedicated to correcting the inequitable climate that prevented minority firms from moving into the mainstream of the American economis system. NAMCPAF is devoted to making sure that minority firms, especially minority CPA firms, receive an equitable share of the market.

With a membership consisting of 133 firms, nationwide, employing over 2,000 professionals, NAMCPAF recognizes its obligation to provide generous technical assistance to fledgling and prospective small and minority businesses.

NATIONAL OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATION

Founded in 1969, The National Optometric Association (NOA) is a professional association of predominantly minority optometrists with a primary objective and concern for the delivery of vision/eye health care to the minority community. to implement that goal, the NOA actively recruits minority students into the schools and colleges of optometry; provides professional development and placement services to new graduates and established minority optometrists; cooperates with other organizations to advance the arts, science, and practice of optometry; and improves the delivery of primary optometric and health care services worldwide.

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[[caption]] The Biggest Little Band in all of New Orleans [[/caption]]

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[[caption]] The Brown Family and John Jacobs [[/caption]]

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[[caption]] The Cola-Cola Team Is Always There [[/caption]]

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[[caption]] Mrs. Shirley Archie, President-National Barristers' Wives [[/caption]]

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[[caption]] Mrs. L. Morial, Mayors Wife of New Orleans [[/caption]]

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[[caption]] Dennis W. Archer, President-National Bar Association [[/caption]]

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[[caption]] E. Lorraine Baugh, President-National Black Nurses Assoc. [[/caption]]

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[[caption]] Dr. Arthur Coleman, National Coordinator [[/caption]]

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[[caption]] James D. Wilson, President-National Pharmaceutical Assoc. [[/caption]]

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