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Important information about NCCJ ANYTOWN

05/18/2020 05:52:08 PM



Unfortunately, due to COVID19, Regional NCCJ ANYTOWN over the summer has been canceled.  Please stay tuned for details on special summer online programs for high school youth.

If you have any questions in the meantime, please contact Cassie Copeland:...Read more...

Youth Action Coalition Digital discussion

05/15/2020 11:08:12 AM



On Friday, May 1st, NCCJ Youth Action Coalition (YAC) gathered for a YAC COVID-19 digital discussion led by Programs Manager, Castella Copeland. The focus of the conversation was the increased inequality stemming from the pandemic, how this healthcare crisis heightens the impact of policies charged by...Read more...

A Message to our Community amid covid-19

04/27/2020 05:51:34 PM



To our NCCJ family:  

All of us at NCCJ hope that you and your loved ones are safe, healthy and hunkered down. And you all stay that way. We are living through unprecedented times to say the least. Social distancing, Zoom meetings and mask-wearing are the new norms. And for the...Read more...

Important Update: WMA Human Relations Award Banquet

04/16/2020 11:48:35 AM



To all our friends and colleagues, 

Given the current situation with the COVID-19 pandemic, we have decided to postpone our Human Relations Award Banquet from June 10th to Thursday, October 29th.

We are truly saddened to postpone celebrating our wonderful honorees: Jane...Read more...

Important update: Connecticut Human Relations Award banquet

03/19/2020 06:57:11 PM


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To all our friends and colleagues, 

In consideration of the World Health Organization's declaration of COVID-19 as a world pandemic, we have decided to postpone our Human Relations Award Banquet from April 22 to September 24.

We are truly saddened to postpone...

Today we celebrate international women's day

03/08/2020 10:18:26 AM


On this date, as we recognize and celebrate women, it's a good time to reflect on how far we have come since white women received the right to vote in the U.S. in 1920. We also need to note that, 100 years later, we still see too much inequality, too steep of...Read more...

Meet our connecticut Human relations award honorees!

03/07/2020 01:44:08 PM


NCCJ 2020 Human Relation Awards Honorees

We're proud to present the amazing individuals who are the recipients of this year's NCCJ Human Relations Awards. We'll be celebrating their incredible contributions at our awards banquet on April 22nd at the...Read more...

NCCJ thanks Community Foundation of Middlesex County!

03/07/2020 01:30:44 PM


Community Foundation of Middlesex County

NCCJ is so grateful for the grant that will enable us to deliver our youth programs in partnership with Middletown High School and the Middletown Racial Justice Coalition.

This grant is made possible through the Bee & Missionary Society Fund, Patti Anne...Read more...

2020 Annual Human relations Awards

03/04/2020 01:19:37 PM


NCCJ 2020 Annual Human Relations Award Banquet

The National Conference for Community and Justice (NCCJ) will host its 2020 Connecticut Annual Human Relations Award Celebration on April 22, 2020 at the Marriott Downtown, Hartford, Connecticut. The reception will begin at 5:30 pm, followed by the awards ceremony at...Read more...

Nyaunu Stevens Reflects on "Warriors don't Cry"

02/24/2020 12:34:23 PM


Warriors Don't Cry - NCCJ talkback




Pictured left to right: Nyaunu Stevens (NCCJ Director of Programs), Cythnia Martin (NCCJ President & CEO), Cassie Copeland (NCCJ Programs Manager), Jaden Jennings...Read more...
Fri, 29 May 2020