Teen Summit
Friendship Dinner
Anytown Youth Leadership Institute
Adults, Business and Community Leaders Education Services


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 Our Mission

NCCJ of Greater Dayton builds a community dedicated to eliminating bias, bigotry and all forms of discrimination.

Our Principles

We believe in:
Inclusion - We value the ideas, creativity and skills of people from diverse backgrounds.
Integrity - We are unafraid to challenge norms, and will take a stand on issues that matter.
Justice - We work to build a community in which everyone is treated fairly and equally.
Potential for Change – We work with people to open minds and hearts to new ways of interacting with others.

We take great pride in our ability to promote understanding and respect among all cultures, races, lifestyles and religions. We do this through advocacy, conflict resolution and educational opportunities. We empower individuals of all ages to become change agents. Individuals who participate in our programs become leaders who value and respect the rights of others and are transformed from initial awareness to action-oriented behavior.

The work of NCCJ builds a strong and vibrant community. The support received from individuals, foundations, corporations and other organizations has been instrumental in allowing our services to continue. We invite you to join us in support of our mission in a way that is meaningful to you.


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Upcoming Events

NCCJ empowers leaders and future leaders for community transformation:  building understanding and respect, teaching peaceful methods of conflict resolution, reducing bullying and violence in our schools and communities. We invite you to join us at one of our future NCCJ events:


Valuing Diversity: A Day of Disability Awareness and Education

Dec. 5, 2014


June 14 -19, 2015

Police And Youth Together

July 27 – July 31, 2015

Save the Dates for our Annual Friendship Dinners

2014:  Monday, October 27th, 2014

2015: Monday, October 26th, 2015



“NCCJ’s structured discussions and activities offered new perspectives on race and environment.”

“We thought we knew what the issues were…but NCCJ brought the real issues to light.”

“NCCJ was an unbiased third party. They came into our company and did not pass judgment on us.”