Who We Are
The National Conference for Community and Justice of Metropolitan St. Louis (NCCJSTL) has a long history of promoting understanding and respect among all races, religions and cultures in the St. Louis region. Originally,
the regional office of the National Conference for Community and Justice, the organization has operated continuously since 1930, and became an independent 501(C) (3) in 2005. NCCJSTL is a recognized leader in developing and delivering educational programs to address bias, bigotry and all forms of discrimination,
working to create a better community for all of us, not just for some of us.
NCCJSTL has been honored for its work, named as “what’s right with the region”4 times for its training institutes: Anytown Youth Leadership Institute and the Inclusion Institute for Healthcare predecessor, the
Dismantling Racism Institute.
The National Conference for Community and Justice of Metropolitan St. Louis’s (NCCJSTL) mission is to promote the inclusion of all people. NCCJSTL has done this work for the last 80-years, providing customizable programs that embrace diversity, self-awareness, and community-wide change with the goal of making the St. Louis
region an inclusive place for all of us, not just some of us.
A better community for all of us, not just for some of us. We work toward this goal through education, advocacy and conflict resolution. We empower leaders to make institutional change.
The National Conference for Christians and Jews (NCCJ), later known as the National Conference for Community and Justice, was founded in 1927 to foster the advancement of amity, peace and justice and to bring diverse people together to strengthen intergroup relations. The St. Louis regional office has operated continuously since 1930, and became an independent 501(c)(3) in September 2005.
For information about our staff, click here. For information on our Board of Directors, click here.