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Two-Day Anti-Racism Workshop

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. 

When: 

Thursday and Friday, March 7th & 8th, 2019

from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on both days.

Where:

NCCJ Office

2019 6th Annual Interfaith Film Series

6th Annual Interfaith Film Series: 2019

 

Aetna Theater, Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Hartford CT

Dates: 

Sunday, March 3, 2019 at 12PM: Brunch to celebrate 6th Anniversary of Film Series

                                                  $45; $35 Members (includes admission to The Band’s Visit)

Advance reservations are required; purchase at https://bit.ly/2VZ7oxH

NCCJ Social Justice Educator Train-the-Trainer

Looking for a way to help advance equality, promote justice

and build community? Are you an educator, a trainer, an ally?

CT Annual Human Relations Award Banquet 2019

We're excited to announce our 2019 honorees:

James A. Calhoun

Men’s Basketball Head Coach

University of Saint Joseph

 

Rohan A. Freeman, PE, LS

President & CEO

Freeman Companies, LLC

7 Summits

 

The Hartford

 

Paddi LeShane and Patrick Sullivan

Sullivan & LeShane, Inc.

 

Eric and Jessica Zachs

 

Western MA Annual Human Relations Award Banquet 2019

We're excited to announce our 2019 honorees:

Delcie Bean, IV

Chief Executive Officer

Paragus Strategic IT

Jose Claudio

Chief Operation Officer and Director of Community Development

New North Citizens Council, Inc.

Susan Goldsmith

President

Marcus Printing

Ethel Griffin

Associate Director

Revitalize Community Development Corporation

Glenn Welch

Black History: Every Month, All Year

What does it mean to be Black in America? NCCJ helps young Black youth rise above the institutions of oppression in order to find the answers. Our alumni are mindfully taking on problems that Black Americans have faced through history, and taking that conversation directly to their communities. Contribute to creating an empowered generation of change-makers, and together, we can help continue to nourish the celebration of Black history all year, every year. 

You can give here.

Film Screening: FRANK VS. GOD

Join us for a brunch to celebrate the 5th Anniversary of the Interfaith Film Series! Visit thewadsworth.org to purchase tickets. Learn more below. 

When: Sunday, April 8 at 2:00 p.m.

Where: Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art

Film Screening: RUN BOY RUN

When: Sunday, March 25 at 2:00 p.m.

Where: Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art

Synopsis:
Based on a bestselling novel, the film tells of an eight-year-old boy who flees from the Warsaw ghetto in 1942. He attempts to survive, at first alone in the forest, and then posing as a Christian orphan on a Polish farm.

2013 | Germany | 112 min. | Not Rated | Subtitles
Directed by Pepe Danquart

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