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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Educator Spotlight: Jersey City Public Schools’ Ann Marley

“I realized I had a gift in art when my high-school art teacher helped me to explore my raw talents. Her encouragement strengthened my resolve to pursue art,” says Ann Marley, Jersey City Public Schools Visual Arts Supervisor and devoted supporter of the American Conference on Diversity Annual Poster Art Contest in Hudson County. Born…

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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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American Conference on Diversity Hudson County Chapter Honors Outstanding Social-Justice Leaders

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Apr. 16, 2013 – NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. — The American Conference on Diversity Hudson County chapter is pleased to announce the 2013 Humanitarian Awards, honoring three diverse community leaders who will be recognized at our Annual Humanitarian Awards Luncheon May 2 in Jersey City, NJ. This year’s awards luncheon also marks our organization’s 65th anniversary of…

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