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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Join Us in Reflecting Dr. King’s Message & Legacy of Diversity

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE NJ Students, Educators & Community Leaders to Participate in a Dynamic Social-Justice Dialog on Jan. 9 “If the people of goodwill of America fail to act now, history will have to record that the greatest of this period of social transition was not the vitriolic words and the violent actions of the…

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Defining Diversity Moments: Celebrating Our Continued Dream for Equality

As tens of thousands gather to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington and to hear civil-rights leaders reflected on the legacy of racial progress over the last half-century, the American Conference on Diversity is holding its own yearlong anniversary celebration–marking 65 years of dreaming for equality throughout New Jersey and beyond. Like…

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FREE American Conference on Diversity Program Helps Support Returning Vets in New Jersey

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Feb. 12, 2013 – New Brunswick, NJ—The Atlantic County Chapter of the American Conference on Diversity is pleased to present a free program March 21 to educate, spread awareness, and promote a better understanding of the needs of our returning veterans. Hosted by Atlantic Cape Community College, “Supporting Those Who Serve: Helping the Returning…

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100s Inspired by MLK’s Legacy & Tomorrow’s Leaders

American Conference on Diversity Atlantic County (NJ) Chapter’s 32nd Annual Martin Luther King, Jr., Brotherhood-Sisterhood Breakfast drew several hundred students, educators, diversity and inclusion practitioners, and local leaders to The Richard Stockton College January 22 for a morning of inspiration. “Our annual event energized more than 250 New Jersey students and will help keep Dr….

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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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Atlantic County: Rebuilding a Community in Unity Post-Sandy & Honoring Local Advocates of Diversity

In the wake of rebuilding New Jersey communities after superstorm Sandy, the American Conference on Diversity Atlantic County chapter will cast the spotlight on four community activists who have been driving forces behind numerous youth, senior, religious, and other diversity-related organizations at our Annual Humanitarian Awards Dinner. “This is a great opportunity to join our…

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