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Testimonial: Chris Peck

Jan 02, 2018

“As a teacher, I know the transformative power of education. The work NCCJ does in the Northeast to empower and liberate youth and adults by educating them about the power structures that marginalize many and dehumanizes us all is invaluable. Their programs are the spark that will light the fire of a new generation of change agents.”

 


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Testimonial: Alexandra Ambroise

Jan 02, 2018

“You’ll absolutely enjoy going to this program. Don’t be afraid to rock the boat.”

 


About the National Conference for Community and Justice

            Formed 1927, NCCJ is a nonprofit human relations organization that promotes inclusion and acceptance by providing education and advocacy while building communities that are respectful and just for all. Celebrating the diversity of races, religions, cultures, genders, abilities, and sexual orientations.

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Make a difference before 2017 ends

Dec 31, 2017

By Jason Papallo, NCCJ E-Communications and Marketing Specialist

2017 has been memorable for many of the wrong reasons.

It seemed like almost everyday, the news cycle presented more and more acts of hate, violence and bigotry. We have faced exhausting realities as the current administration made decisions that impact us all. Defending the marginalized and misrepresented has never been more important.

Today is the last day to make a tax-deductible donation in 2017. Your gift can go further and help NCCJ all year by giving monthly. 

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A Vision for a More Fair and Inclusive 2019

Dec 28, 2017

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We are working hard to make a difference in the lives of young people everyday. Educating our youth and neighbors to be more respectful and understanding is key in creating a more socially just and equal world. 

Join the movement to build inclusive communities for all. 

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Being Beautiful Together

Dec 18, 2017

By Trenda Loftin, Youth Programs Educator 
& Jason Papallo, Marketing & E-Communications Specialist

“Standards of beauty” have been, and always will be, toxic forms of oppression that keep most down. This is one example of how we can begin shifting the negative narratives that come from society’s “standards of beauty.” Actively uplifting each other helps others see why they're beautiful!

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Testimonial: Sarah

Dec 18, 2017

When we are born, we innately value justice and fairness. Prejudice, however, is learned and no one is immune. So how do we fight discrimination, bias and bigotry? How do we build communities that are inclusive and just for all? For 90 years the National Conference for Community and Justice has been answering these questions. This is the story of breaking bias—one unlikely friendship at a time. What can be learned can be unlearned.

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Testimonial: Matt & Nate

Dec 18, 2017

When we are born, we innately value justice and fairness. Prejudice, however, is learned and no one is immune. So how do we fight discrimination, bias and bigotry? How do we build communities that are inclusive and just for all? For 90 years the National Conference for Community and Justice has been answering these questions. This is the story of breaking bias—one unlikely friendship at a time. What can be learned can be unlearned.

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