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Woman Live-Streams Boyfriend’s Tragic Gunshot Injury After Police Shooting

Jul 07, 2016

By Jason Papallo, NCCJ E-Communications & Marketing Specialist

Another black man, in a growing line of dead by gunshot at the hands of police, has lost his life. The shooting of Philando Castile happened on Wednesday after a traffic stop for a taillight violation in Falcon Heights, Minnesota, outside of Minneapolis. The shooting occurred only a day after witnesses filmed the shooting of Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, who also died as a result.

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Summer of Ending Catcalls

Jun 02, 2016

By Jason Papallo, NCCJ E-Communications & Marketing Specialist

Sick of catcalling? Share a time when you’ve been harassed by unwanted body attention using #CatcalledStories on Twitter or by commenting on our Facebook post. We’ll be sharing your stories throughout the summer.

Catcall Definition (Oxford English Dictionary

NOUN- A loud whistle or a comment of a sexual nature made by a man to a passing woman.

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Annual NCCJ Western Massachusetts Human Relations Award Banquet Approaches

May 07, 2016

By Jason Papallo, NCCJ E-Communications and Marketing Specialist

(Springfield, MA) – NCCJ (The National Conference for Community and Justice), a nonprofit working to promote inclusion and acceptance as it advances social justice efforts to build communities that are respectful and just for all, will present its 2016 Annual Human Relations Awards on Thursday, June 9, 2016.

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NCCJ and YWCA Partner to Battle Racism

Apr 05, 2016

By Jason Papallo, NCCJ E-Communications & Marketing Specialist

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. 

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#WomenInTech: What’s the Real Story? (Infographic)

Mar 03, 2016

By Jason Papallo, NCCJ E-Communications & Marketing Specialist

What’s the real story behind women in tech? Learn from this infographic that explores finding gender balance within the technology sector, and closing the industry-wide gender gap. 

Infographic courtesy of Toptal.

 


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Final Day in March Brings NCCJ 2016 Annual Human Relations Awards

Mar 01, 2016

By Jason Papallo, NCCJ E-Communications & Marketing Specialist

(HARTFORD, CT) – NCCJ (The National Conference for Community and Justice), a non-profit working to promote inclusion and acceptance as it advances social justice efforts to build communities that are respectful and just for all, will present its 2016 Annual Human Relations Awards on Thursday, March 31.

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