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A Statement From The Center on Recent Mass Shootings

Gun violence has once again rocked our country to its core. For the first time, the CDC says firearms were the leading cause of death for kids in 2020. Just

International Human Trafficking Institute Initiative Concludes with Success

Three-year campaign marshalled a coalition of businesses, government, and the public to disrupt sexual and labor exploitation across metro Atlanta  April 18, 2022 (ATLANTA) The National Center for Civil and

NCCHR CEO, JILL SAVITT, ON THE CONCLUSION OF THE INTERNATIONAL HUMAN TRAFFICKING INSTITUTE

Dear Friends, Greetings from the National Center for Civil and Human Rights, where we have hosted the International Human Trafficking Institute (IHTI) since 2018. I write to share the news

Environmental Justice: The Intersectionality of Race and Human Rights in the Movement

This April, The Center is excited to spotlight race and human rights in the environmental justice movement. More than a focus on clean air and water, or climate initiatives, environmental

IHG HOTELS & RESORTS SPONSORS FREE ADMISSION TO THE NATIONAL CENTER FOR CIVIL AND HUMAN RIGHTS ON 3/26 IN HONOR OF WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH

WHAT: In partnership with the National Center for Civil and Human Rights, IHG Hotels & Resorts is providing free admission to The Center on March 26th in honor of Women’s

Injustice in Intersectionality: Women’s Suffrage Movement

  It’s March, which means it is time to celebrate women and all the work that has been done to uplift women—from the past until today.   When we look back

Six Leaders Join National Center for Civil and Human Rights Board of Directors

Experienced in government, nonprofit and corporate leadership, new members will help advance the Center’s mission and expansion strategy Feb. 17, 2022 (ATLANTA) – The National Center for Civil and Human

Experience Black History Month at The National Center for Civil and Human Rights

Center launches multi-year initiative—Truth & Transformation: Confronting History to Create an Equitable Future; unveils programming through February with support from PNC Feb. 15, 2022 (ATLANTA) The National Center for Civil

A Note From The CEO—Black History Month 2022

  Dear Friends: Atlanta has a shining history of civil rights. We tell that story in The Center and it is showcased all across our city with markers, murals, and

The National Center for Civil and Human Rights Commemorates the Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with Slate of Events

Virtual and in-person events for the whole family include interactive art, storytelling, and performances; galleries are open January 15 and 17 with health and safety protocols in effect ATLANTA, Ga.