The National Federation for Just Communities is a coalition of like-minded organizations working across America to bring the values of diversity, inclusion, and social justice to our schools, workplaces, and communities.
The National Federation for Just Communities supports its member organizations in the human relations work of building community by advancing inclusion and justice throughout the United States.
The reality of inclusion and justice for all is the practice of every community.
2022 NFJC CONFERENCE
Many thanks to the North Carolina for Community and Justice (NCCJ) team for organizing an insightful and meaningful conference. The 2022 NFJC Conference took place on September 6 through September 9 in Greensboro, North Carolina. Conference sessions were held at the beautiful Center for Creative Leadership. Many sessions were able to be streamed live for NFJC members that could not attend the conference in-person.
Greensboro has a rich history and participants had the opportunity to visit several significant historical sites. The opening reception was at the The Historic Magnolia House, which is one of four Green Book sites in North Carolina still in operation and housed some of our nation’s most well known African Americans during segregation. Participants took a special Underground Railroad tour, led by historian James Shields at Guilford College. Participants were also taken on a guided tour of the International Civil Rights Center & Museum, followed by a panel discussion between Brenda James, Lewis Brandon and Roslyn Smith, who were all student participants in the 1960s sit-its.
Please email photos to NFJC@inclusive-communities.org.