Step Up to Fight Hate at the 16th Annual Diversity Stride Walk in Jersey City

As hate hits an historic high mark, the American Conference on Diversity is calling on corporate employees, fraternities/sororities, educators, youth service organizations, community and faith leaders, students and families to take a step in the right direction! Join hundreds of change agents throughout the tri-state area on Sunday, June 26, at the 16th annual Diversity…

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Our Roots: Empowering Youth & Finding Common Ground

  In 1939, as a freshman at Senn High School on the North side of Chicago, E. Betty Levin was “knocked off my seat when I heard about an upcoming assembly featuring Frank Sinatra.” The special gathering, sponsored by the American Conference on Diversity’s predecessor, the National Conference on Christians and Jews (NCCJ), was not…

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ACTIONS SPEAK LOUDER

  JOIN the American Conference on Diversity’s volunteer advisory team as we educate and empower leaders to promote respect among all races, religions, and cultures. Did you know that NJ ranks #3 with the most active hate groups in the nation? It’s going to take an unprecedented amount of effort to continue to create more…

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Pace Yourself for Change! Join Diversity Stride Walk-a-Thon on June 6

 Fight bias, bigotry, and racism one step at a time during the 15th Annual Diversity Stride Walk in Hudson County, NJ, to benefit our Youth Leadership Institute Corporate employees, fraternities/sororities, educators, nonprofits, community and faith leaders, and families: Unite with hundreds of change agents in the tri-state area on Saturday, June 6, at the American…

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American Conference on Diversity Welcomes New Board of Trustee Members

The American Conference on Diversity announces new Board of Trustee members and appointments. The organization’s Board of Trustees serve as ambassadors to expand the reach and scope of the American Conference on Diversity’s mission for social justice. Committed leadership is essential during an era that demands we pay attention to human relations and its impact…

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America’s Unfinished Business: Inherent Police Bias

By Elizabeth Williams-Riley The sobering statistics in this article along with the legacy of injustice toward Black males and inherent bias by law enforcement contribute strongly to today’s gulf of mistrust between law enforcement and communities. The image of the dangerous and violent Black male is rooted in the desire for freedom during captivity as…

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Diversity Stride 2014 Walk-a-Thon Raises Funds to Educate & Empower Tomorrow’s Leaders!

Corporate leaders, educators, administrators, students, community groups, families, and volunteers from throughout the tri-state area descended on Buccleuch Park in New Brunswick, NJ, on June 14 to help raise funds for the American Conference on Diversity’s 14th Annual Diversity Stride Walk-a-Thon. Each year, the walk supports our signature youth leadership-development program called Lead for Diversity,…

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American Conference on Diversity Expands Its Reach to Make a Lasting Impact in New Jersey

In a move to expand the American Conference on Diversity’s critical programs and increase its capacity building, the organization recently restructured its localized chapters to operate as four geographically expanded regional community networks spanning the entire state of New Jersey. The new regional community networks are comprised of organizations and individuals from across the state…

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