Join NCCJ on Wednesday, October 24, 2018 for Anti-Bullying Day at Max Burgers in their West Hartford, CT and Longmeadow, MA locations! Max Burgers will donate a portion of the day’s proceeds to benefit anti-bullying programs in schools throughout Hartford County and the Pioneer Valley.
Join the National Conference for Community and Justice at the Naismith memorial Basketball Hall of Fame on Thursday, June 13, 2019 @6:00 pm for a night of celebrating social justice awareness while honoring individuals and corporations for their high standard of responsible leadership and their contributions for promoting understanding, respect and cooperation in our increasingly diverse communities. This banquet raises the essential funds needed to continue to empower Connecticut’s youth to be change agents in our schools and communities.
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. Contact Barbara Moody at [email protected] with questions or concerns.
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.