Inclusion takes intention.
Imagine if we leveraged the collective strength of our people — all our people. NCCJ is dedicated to fighting bias, bigotry and racism in all their forms. We’re working to bridge the divisions between our neighbors and foster the mutual respect that makes our community a better place for everyone.
We are best known for ANYTOWN, our flagship youth leadership summer program. We also work year-round with students, educators, and companies in Guilford County and across the state of North Carolina. We can help you approach difficult topics from a place of curiosity and connect with people who are different from you. That’s how we build more respectful and compassionate communities.
Join us VIRTUALLY on November 11 to honor Mary Humphrey Kendrick and Rev. Dr. Frank K. Thomas
The Citation Award Dinner is NCCJ’s largest program, largest fundraiser and the Triad’s largest annual event dedicated to diversity and inclusion. Claim your spot to join us virtually for an evening of connection, compassion and community.
5 Community Practices for more respectful, effective conversations
To build the future we envision – a future where every community is a place of promise with opportunity and justice for all – we must all learn to engage with each other. If we can’t talk to each other with civility and respect, we won’t be able to find the common ground we need to live and work together.
That’s why NCCJ’s board of directors (a diverse group of people from across our community) invites you to join us in a new initiative called Open Minds, Respectful Voices. It’s a set of 5 Community Practices that represent a commitment to engaging in more respectful dialogue and actively listening to understand others’ perspectives.
Practicing Compassion in a Time of Social Distancing and Uncertainty
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic presents new and unexpected challenges for all of us. NCCJ remains focused on our mission and the work that we know is deeply important to you: fighting bias, bigotry and racism; honoring diversity and promoting inclusion; and convening respectful community conversations. For information about adjustments NCCJ is making in response to the pandemic, see our COVID-19 FAQs: