Every day during Black History Month, NCCJ has been honoring a Black American and their contributions to the United States and our history. It’s important that their struggles and achievements are acknowledged not just today, but also preserved for generations to come.
We've EXTENDED THE DEADLINE for submitting nominations for the 2019 NCCJ Youth Human Relations Award: you now have until February 18th to send yours in!
By Martha Goldstein
Join us for an interactive workshop on race and racism that will examine bias, discrimination, oppression and privilege in the United States.
We will look at how we got to where we are now and explore how racism impacts all our lives, communities and workplaces. Two NCCJ social justice educators will co-facilitate this program.
Thursday and Friday, March 7th & 8th, 2019
from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on both days.
National Conference for Community and Justice (NCCJ) is excited to announce the appointment of Nyaunu Stevens as their new Associate Director of Programs. In this role, Stevens will be responsible for the overall direction, production and oversight of all aspects of NCCJ’s youth and adult social justice education programs.
The deadline for submitting nominations for the 2019 NCCJ Youth Human Relations Award is less than a week away!
We are looking forward to this year's recognition of NCCJ youth from Connecticut and Western Mass -- those who have distinguished themselves by exemplifying the principles of NCCJ in their daily lives.
Join us for what promises to be a compelling conversation! For more info call: 860-683-1039