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2022 Power To Inspire & Groundbreaking Recap, Giving Tuesday Preview

By James Richards, Communications Director, National Center for Civil and Human Rights To cap the Center’s eighth year, we’re launching our first Text-to-Give campaign called Truth Moves. Truth Moves kicks

CEO statement – Addressing the scourge of antisemitism

Antisemitism is on the rise in America amid a highly polarized political climate that has incited acts of violence against Jews, including by a range of high-profile figures.   Nearly four

NCCHR Groundbreaking: Center breaks ground on multi-wing expansion, announces team leading design and construction

International and Atlanta-based coalition features two women owned firms; Center capital campaign more than halfway to $50 million goal ATLANTA, Ga. (October 20, 2022) – A coalition of well-known Atlanta

Hispanic and Latine Heritage Month: Acknowledging Significant Figures in Cultural Progress

Each year, September 15 – October 15 is marked as Hispanic and Latine Heritage Month. This is a time to appreciate and celebrate Hispanic and Latine communities’ cultures, histories, and

Civic Engagement: Voting in Midterm Elections

By: Hillary Olsen It’s time to prepare for the 2022 midterms and let your voice be heard! The midterm elections are one of the most talked about elections in the

Disability Pride and Advocating for Access

By: Lissie Cox During July, Disability Pride month, we celebrate the efforts of thousands who organized for decades to create the Americans with Disabilities Act. It is also a moment

IHG HOTELS & RESORTS SPONSORS FREE ADMISSION TO THE NATIONAL CENTER FOR CIVIL AND HUMAN RIGHTS ON 6/25 IN HONOR OF PRIDE MONTH

WHAT: In partnership with the National Center for Civil and Human Rights, IHG Hotels & Resorts is providing free admission to The Center on June 25 in honor of Pride

The National Center for Civil and Human Rights Launches New King Exhibition and Celebrates Juneteenth

A Legacy of Creative Protest: King & Youth Activism is the first new King exhibit in more than two years.  (ATLANTA, GA) June 6, 2022—The National Center for Civil and Human

Why Celebrate Juneteenth?: An Exploration of the Historical Journey to Freedom for African Americans

By Nicole Moore, NCCHR Director of Education Juneteenth commemorates the day, June 19, 1865, when Union Maj. Gen. Gordon Granger arrived in Galveston, Texas and read General Order Number Three. His

The Center’s LGBTQ Institute Executive Director, Ryan Roemerman on PRIDE Month

“Today, I had the opportunity to provide the keynote speech at the Georgia Diversity Council’s LGBTQ+ Unity Summit. This year’s theme was “Pride Unites: Reigniting Allyship through Unity, Equity and