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National Conference for Community and Justice

The National Conference for Community and Justice (NCCJ), founded in 1927 as the National Conference for Christians and Jews, is a human relations organization that promotes inclusion and acceptance by providing education and advocacy while building communities that are respectful and just toward all. The conference aims to foster communal movements and a spirit of understanding among the young. Its vision for the United States is to “make our nation a better place for all of us, not just some of us.” Through this vision, the organization aims to address the domination, oppression, and systematic exclusion of marginalized communities and foster the acceptance of colored, poor, and socioeconomically disadvantaged communities. Since its formation, it has been playing an important role in empowering and arriving at ...

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