Long Beach CCEJ
Keynote speaker Rev. James Lawson, Jr.
A crowd of over 800 is expected to welcome keynote speaker Rev. James Lawson, Jr. Civil Rights Leader & Teacher of Nonviolence, at the 23rd Annual Interfaith/Intercultural Breakfast on Tuesday, February 11, 2014, 7:30 a.m.
The Long Beach Jordan High School, WRAP Program is please to announce the Youth Empowerment Conference “Beyond This Moment,” Saturday, April 13, at Jordan High School.
This High School/Youth Led produced event will be transported to students from all over the greater Long Beach area to discuss the problems that plague our teens.
Twenty-one dedicated community volunteers recently completed 17 hours of training by The California Conference for Equality and Justice (CCEJ)to assist victims of hate crime and bias incidents in the City of Long Beach.
A crowd of over 700 is expected to welcome keynote speaker John D. Maguire, President Emeritus of Claremont University Consortium and Graduate University, at the 19th Annual Interfaith/Intercultural Breakfast on Wednesday, February 24, 7:30 a.m.
Fourteen dedicated community volunteers recently completed 17 hours of training by The California Conference for Equality (CCEJ) and Justice to assist victims of hate crime and bias incidents in the City of Long Beach. The effort is part of the Long Beach Human Dignity Program, founded in 1999 to ensure that all residents in the City of Long Beach are treated with courtesy and respect regardless of their racial background, their nation of origin, the religion they practice, their sexual orientation, gender, or disability status.