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NCCJ Interfaith Calendars

Recognizing and respecting the faith traditions of others is a key step in building more inclusive schools and workplaces. We hope you’ll find our Interfaith Calendars useful when you’re planning events or scheduling meetings. Selecting inclusive dates helps ensure that your event is welcoming for everyone.

6 Tips for Tough Talks

Having challenging conversations is a key part of creating a more inclusive, respectful community. Here are a few tips you may find helpful for having a respectful conversation with someone you thinks differently than you do.

8 Ways to Support Young Leaders in Your Life

Investing in young people plants the seeds for a brighter future. Check out these 8 tips for supporting young leaders in your life.

Meet an ANYTOWNer: Kenneth Brown, Jr.

“ANYTOWN taught me that the way we begin to change the world is by getting to know people and see their humanity.” – Kenneth Brown, Jr., ANYTOWN 2013

Meet an ANYTOWNer: Jenny Heaton

“I focus on creating an inclusive environment for employees to thrive … I also led the creation of Syngenta’s Global D&I strategy and accompanying five-year plan. ANYTOWN planted the seed for all of this.” – Jenny Heaton, ANYTOWN 1992

Our History

NCCJ has been active in the Triad community since 1937. However, our roots go back another 10 years. We were founded in response to a wave of religious intolerance sweeping the nation.

30 Years of ANYTOWN

For more than 30 years, ANYTOWN has been giving young leaders in the Triad the tools and knowledge they need to create more compassionate communities.

80 Years of NCCJ

Since 1937, NCCJ has promoted understanding and respect among all people in the Piedmont Triad. As the region’s oldest human relations organization, we have a long history here.

NCCJ Stands with the Dreamers

NCCJ of the Piedmont Triad supports protections offering safety and opportunity for community members brought to the United States as children. Our organization is dedicated to building compassionate and inclusive communities. We support public policies that promote fairness and justice for everyone, including the most vulnerable among us.

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