Two American Conference on Diversity Educational Events Help Close the Healthcare Disparities Gap

Did you know that New Jersey has the highest rate of foreign-born immigrants? That nationwide African Americans are four times more likely to die from asthma than their white counterparts? That nine out of 10 adults have difficulty understanding their medications? These and other fascinating facts where revealed at the American Conference on Diversity Health…

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Humanitarian Awards Event Raises $20,000

“It doesn’t matter if you’re Black or white, Hispanic, Asian, or Native American, or young or old or rich or poor, abled, disabled, gay or straight, you deserve the opportunity to make it in America,” said civil-rights attorney Clare Geller at the American Conference on Diversity Atlantic County chapter Annual Humanitarian Awards Dinner to a…

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Annual Humanitarian Awards Dinner

On Thursday, April 4, 2013, we will host the 2013 Humanitarian Awards Dinner at the Pleasantdale Chateau in West Orange, NJ. Proceeds from the Gala will support our efforts to recognize the richness of New Jersey’s diversity and eliminate bias and prejudice. Find out how to be a sponsor. Our 2013 honorees are: Corporate Humanitarian…

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Diversity Issues in Higher Education Draws 100 Social-Justice Change Makers

“Our goal today is to open minds,” said the American Conference on Diversity President & CEO Elizabeth Williams-Riley to a packed room of educators, faculty, students, and diversity professionals at “Who Has the Access C.O.D.E.? Positioning a Generation for the Best Careers, Opportunities, and Diversity Through Education” conference on November 16. Williams-Riley’s remarks at the…

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