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National Conference for Community and Justice Honors Webster CEO with Human Relations Award


(4/15/10) — The National Conference for Community and Justice (NCCJ) of Connecticut/Western Massachusetts today honored Chairman and CEO Jim Smith as one of the recipients of its annual Human Relations Award.

 

The NCCJ presented the awards at its 2010 Greater Hartford Annual Human Relations Awards Banquet in Hartford, Conn. The award honors individuals “who have distinguished themselves by conducting their daily lives with open-mindedness and respect, showing leadership by example, and diligence in their fight for human rights and dignity.” Smith was one of five individuals honored with the award (photo with Smith third from left.)

 

The mission of the NCCJ is to promote understanding and respect among all races, religions and cultures through advocacy, conflict resolution and education. Through its adult and youth programming, the NCCJ works with students, teachers, clergy, corporate. and civic leaders to facilitate workshops, develop curriculum, convene race relations, and inter-religious dialogues, and provide consulting on challenges related to bias, bigotry and racism.

 

 

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