November 29, 2012
I first came to NCCJ as a high school student who had a bunch of answers and just wanted to see what the folks there claimed to know about diversity and leadership. I experienced ANYTOWN as a delegate and then as a counselor and I can say that this experience moved me from a place of "enlightened closed-mindedness" to a much more open place of acceptance, love, and friendship. NCCJ is the perfect place for young people and adults to begin and carry on the conversation about how to break down the barriers that divide our communities and our world. Greensboro and the places in the world where lives have been touched by NCCJ are so much better for their existence.
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