April 2016


News Views

The opinions and information expressed through News Views posts are solely those of the individual authors and not representative of NCCJ’s overall stance on related issues unless specified. Any information presented as fact could entail inaccuracies or be incomplete. We encourage open discussion through our blog, and welcome respectful responses from everyone.

Valley Gives 2016: Together We Are Stronger

Wed, 04/27/2016 - 10:39am -- [email protected]

 Spread the Word for NCCJ!


Women in Tech: What’s the Real Story? (Infographic)

Mon, 04/25/2016 - 12:25pm -- [email protected]

Infographic by: Toptal

*This guest post comes to us courtesy of the Toptal Engineering blog.

NCCJ Celebrates Most Successful Human Relations Awards Banquet Ever

Wed, 04/13/2016 - 12:55pm -- [email protected]

(From left to right: Director of Programs Cynthia Martin, youth honorees Nathan Nugent and Shalaine McCall, President & CEO Andrea C. Kandel, Ed.D., youth honorees Matthew Wilson, Lydia Henning and Syeda Naqvi, and Director of Youth Programs M'Liss Dewald)

NCCJ and YWCA Partner to Battle Racism

Tue, 04/05/2016 - 2:24pm -- [email protected]

The National Conference for Community and Justice anti-racism workshop for adults is approaching.

Participants can join NCCJ and partner YWCA in strategizing on ways to end racism while becoming active racial justice advocates. The two-day event will take place at NCCJ headquarters, reflecting a Mar. 22 event open to residents of Greenwich and greater Fairfield County.