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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

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

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

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

Veterans and Military Service Members Receive Free Admission to National Center for Civil and Human Rights with Support from The Home Depot Foundation

Service member families will also receive discounted admission during Veterans Day Weekend   ATLANTA (Nov. 5, 2021) – The National Center for Civil and Human Rights (The Center) and The

Creating The Change They Wish to See: LGBTQ Artists & Their Activism

by Sam Landis October is LGBTQ+ History Month, the intersection of two things I love – my LGBTQ+ community and history. In the LGBTQ+ community, we do not grow up

Disability Pride Month |Cara Yar Khan’s Story

July is Disability Pride Month and I, for one, am out, loud and proud. Like many of my peers with disabilities, disability pride is as much about the celebration of

The National Center for Civil and Human Rights Commemorates Juneteenth with New Performances for the Entire Family 

Deluxe partners with The Center to create Juneteenth programming and resources that explore the end of slavery in the U.S. through music, dance, and culinary arts    (June 15, 2021; Atlanta, GA) The National Center