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National Conference for Community and Justice (NCCJ) Biography

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“NCCJ is the only national human relations organization that focuses on a broad range of “isms,” the multiple manifestations of discrimination and oppression that are based on one’s religion, race, gender, sexual orientation, bias crimes to racial profiling – the challenges ahead are real. To confront and overcome them, NCCJ maintains an abiding commitment to work with decision-makers and leaders to support their work to build an inclusive society.”

“Who We Are,” (accessed Oct. 26, 2007)


“To transform communities to provide fuller opportunity and to be inclusive and just – through institutional change – by empowering leaders.NCCJ’s programming facilitates community and interfaith dialogues, provides workplace consultations, youth leadership development, seminarian and educator training. Its nationally recognized research provides data and analysis to the evolving study of intergroup relations; and, its public policy works with government leaders and advocates policies that reflect understanding and respect.”

“Who We Are,” (accessed Oct. 26, 2007)

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