Community Rally to End Hate! Join the American Conference on Diversity’s Diversity Stride Walk on June 25

The American Conference on Diversity will hold its 17th Annual Statewide Walk-a-Thon at Liberty State Park on Sunday, June 25. With the surge in hate threatening immigrants, women, LGBTQ people, and other marginalized groups, participation in our community rally for diversity and social justice has never been more important! The American Conference on Diversity is…

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The American Conference on Diversity Welcomes D&I Leader Gloria McDonald to the Staff

The American Conference on Diversity is pleased to announce the addition of Gloria McDonald to the staff. In her role as Associate Administrator, she will oversee daily operations and help expand the statewide nonprofit’s diversity and inclusion education and training services. “The American Conference on Diversity is excited to have Gloria’s expertise and extensive D&I…

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As We Celebrate Women’s History Month, the American Conference on Diversity Is Honored to Recognize OIC-CADI Dr. Pamela Thomas with the Bridge Builder Award

The American Conference on Diversity will honor Dr. Pamela Thomas, Principal at Opportunities Industrialization Centers (OIC) of America’s Career and Academic Development Institute (CADI), with the 2017 Bridge Builder Award on Thursday, April 6, during the 69th Annual Humanitarian Awards Gala at the Pleasantdale Château in West Orange, NJ. OIC was founded by Reverend Leon…

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Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility CEO Cid Wilson Earns D&I Champion Award

American Conference on Diversity will recognize the Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility (HACR) CEO Cid Wilson with the Diversity and Inclusion Champion Award on Thursday, April 6, at the Pleasantdale Château in West Orange, NJ. Aligned with the mission of the organization to create inclusive workplaces, communities, and schools, Mr. Wilson directs programs and initiatives…

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New Jersey Citizens Tackle the Rising Tide of Hate

Did you know that 1,094 hate incidents were reported to the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) one month after the US presidential election? That the majority of these incidents took place in K-12 classrooms? That immigrant, Black, Muslim, and LGBTQ people were the top targets? Hate is not restricted to individual acts – it spreads…

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