Just Communities of Arkansas
Confronting prejudice. Challenging assumptions. Creating understanding.
Ourtown for Teens, July 28 - August 3, 2013.
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Just Communities of Arkansas (JCA) is a human relations organization, which brings people together to achieve inclusion, equity and justice for all.
Since 1964, JCA has served Arkansas citizens by addressing a number of social justice issues. Regardless of the ethnicity, culture, race or religious beliefs of the community it serves, the goal of JCA has been consistent: to encourage people of all races, religions and ethnic backgrounds to work toward mutual respect and cooperation while maintaining their distinct heritages.
Founded as a regional office of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, Just Communities of Arkansas is a member of the National Federation for Just Communities. A coalition of like-minded organizations, the National Federation for Just Communities works across America to bring the values of diversity, inclusion and social justice to our communities, schools, workplaces and institutions.
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