My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for NCCJ of the Piedmont Triad, Greensboro, NC, USA
I was introduced to NCCJ when my mom told me I would be attending ANYTOWN, their flagship program. I was convinced my protests in the past and self-identification as an "ally" were enough to make me a good and conscious member of our diverse society. Once I attended ANYTOWN, I realized that I may have recognized privilege, but accepting my privilege and understanding how it impacts myself and others is the first step that must be made before I could be a true ally and a truly involved citizen of of our society. NCCJ has a staff that has a true passion for enlightenment of the youth and has programs that highlight fundamental issues in our society and teach youth how to counteract these issues. I went to ANYTOWN over the summer of 2010 and volunteered over the 2012 and 2013 summer sessions as a counselor. I believe in NCCJ's mission and I believe NCCJ fights bias, bigotry, and racism and opens people's eyes to privilege effectively and passionately.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
Open up more programs for adults.
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