Jul 26

Inclusion Institute for Healthcare

  • University of Missouri - Columbia

The Inclusion Institute for Healthcare helps people understand and address diversity and healthcare issues in a way that ignites real and meaningful change.

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Jul 19

Anytown Youth Leadership Institute

  • UMSL South Campus

Anytown Youth Leadership Institute is an eight-day, full immersion, residential program for high school youth interested in making their school and community environments more socially just. 

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1:00 pm13:00

Walk as One

Part of our Walk the Talk Weekend

Forest Park (begin at Upper Muny parking lot)
FREE, but please pre-register

Join us for a one-mile, family-friendly walk to recognize and support the work of building inclusion and taking a step in the right direction to heal and re-build our community.

The event will include music, food trucks, and community partners.

10:00 am10:00

Panel & Community Forum

Part of our Walk the Talk Weekend

Regional Arts Commission

Join a panel of community leaders and thinkers on race, inclusion, justice, and equity.


8:30 am08:30

Interrupting Racism Workshop

Location: Maplewood-Richmond Heights School District Library
$250 to attend / scholarships available
Register online or call Stefani at 314-432-2525, ext. 101

NCCJ St. Louis is proud to offer this new workshop, Interrupting Racism: an introduction to the topics of its celebrated Dismantling Racism Institutes. Through short presentations, experiential activities, reflection and dialogue, participants will cultivate a stronger awareness of their racial socialization, how it plays out in their interactions, and ways they can interrupt racism whenever it arises. 

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Suspicion Nation: Race and Diversity Issues in St. Louis
6:45 pm18:45

Suspicion Nation: Race and Diversity Issues in St. Louis

  • Misouri History Museum

NCCJ St Louis is sponsoring a revealing conversation with NY Times best-selling author and NBC News legal analyst Lisa Bloom (Suspicion Nation: The Inside Story of the Trayvon Martin Injustice and Why We Continue to Repeat It) and community leaders as they look at the Trayvon Martin case and its ramifications and impacton racial issues in our community.

Complimentary valet parking available starting at 5:30 p.m.

When: Wednesday, October 15 2014 at 6:45 pm
Where: Lee Auditorium at the Missouri History Museum
How Much: Free

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St. Louis Pride Parade
10:30 am10:30

St. Louis Pride Parade

  • St. Louis Pride Parade

Join NCCJ St. Louis in walking in the St. Louis Pride Parade. The staging area of the parade will be at Kiener Plaza in downtown St. Louis; the exact gathering location for NCCJ will be announced soon.