National Conference of Christians and Jews

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The National Conference of Christians and Jews, with headquarters in New York City, is a nationwide ecumenical organization founded in 1928 to advance friendship and cooperation among Protestants, Catholics, and Jews. In its efforts to promote a fair society in which differences are respected and prejudices overcome, the conference helps diverse groups to discover their common ground, and tries to develop the processes and strategies for solutions to areas of conflict.

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It appears that the NCCJ has recently decided to change its name. The new name is National Conference for Community and Justice. It has also been mentioned to us that the author of the above information might be incorrect in the date of formation, it being 1927 instead.

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