National Conference for Community and JusticeAlternative names
The National Conference for Community and Justice (NCCJ) was founded in 1927 as the National Conference for Christians and Jews, in response to anti-Catholic sentiment being expressed during the Presidential campaign. Its founders dedicated the organization to bringing diverse people together to address interfaith divisions, race relations, and social and economic barriers among persons of different faiths, cultures and ethnicities. In the 1990s, the name was changed to the National Conference for Community and Justice.
From the description of National Conference for Community and Justice records, 1987-1998 and undated. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 608284399
- Social justice
- Congresses and conventions--Photographs
- Dinners and dining
- Wisconsin--Milwaukee (as recorded)