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The National Conference for Community and Justice presents our

Virtual Annual Human Relations Awards Banquet

Wednesday, October 13, 2021

5:30pm - Virtual Cocktails and Conversations  |  6:30pm - Live Streamed Event Begins


Honoring those in our community who have made a difference by advancing social justice. Join us for an evening of celebrations, inspiring messages, and networking opportunities. Event proceeds to benefit NCCJ and our youth programs.


We have made the difficult decision to pivot this event to a virtual-only celebration. NCCJ's Board, Banquet Committee and this year's Co-Chairs want to ensure that all our guests and Honorees stay safe and healthy. We hope that you will still consider joining us for this virtual event!

 

2021 HUMAN RELATIONS HONOREES

Shari Cantor, Mayor of West Hartford, Community Leader and Michael Cantor, Cantor Colburn, Community Leader

Connecticut Gay & Lesbian Chamber

Saul Finestone, Community Leader & Activist

David W. Glidden, President & CEO, Liberty Bank

Estela R. Lopez, Ph.D., Community Leader

Sudha Setty, Dean & Professor of Law, Western New England University School of Law

Shawn T. Wooden, Connecticut State Treasurer

 

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About NCCJ

For almost 100-years, NCCJ has championed the cause of justice for all and has worked to eradicate bias and bigotry in all its manifestations throughout Connecticut and Western Massachusetts. Our mission is to build safe, inclusive and welcoming communities for all of us, not just some of us. Working with middle and high-school youth, we focus our efforts on yearlong school partnerships and tailoring our signature programs to improve school climate and decrease bullying. Thousands of youth participate in NCCJ's programs each year and many claim that their experience is "life changing".

We hope that you will join our NCCJ family -- without you, we could never have the significant impact we have today. Thank you!

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No donation is too small to make a difference. Donations of $1,000 or more will be acknowledged in our souvenir program.

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