The Diversity Center of Northeast Ohio is a human relations organization dedicated to eliminating bias, bigotry, and racism.
Founded in 1927 as the National Conference of Christians and Jews (NCCJ), The Diversity Center is currently a member
of the National Federation for Just Communities, a network of 20 like-minded organizations across the country.
Members of the Commission 50 are recognized annually for progress in creating, enhancing and sustaining their diversity and inclusion strategies. This recognition is based on their responses to the Commission on Economic Inclusion’s annual Employers Survey on Diversity™.
The Diversity Center urges all citizens in our community to honor Tamir Rice’s memory by continuing to work for tolerance and understanding as we, as a grieving community, move forward together. Our hearts break for the Rice family. From Cleveland to Ferguson, one thing is clear - there’s still much work to be done to bring us together as a nation that embraces mutual respect and diversity.
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TO OUR SPONSORS, FRIENDS, SUPPORTERS, AND GUESTS:
FOR MAKING THIS YEAR'S 60TH ANNUAL HUMANITARIAN AWARD DINNER A GREAT EVENING.
OUR AMAZING HONOREES.
The Diversity Center was proud to provide cultural competence training to vendors, sponsors, volunteers, police, fire, ems, taxi drivers, etc. in Northeast Ohio prior to GG9. We are proud of our partnership and we are all working together to create a more inclusive community in Northeast Ohio for everyone...contact us for information ... 216 752-3000
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High School Retreat
Thursday, October 16 - Saturday, October 18, 2014
Camp Wise, Chardon, Ohio
Over 150 students and educators representing various Northeast Ohio high schools spend 2 ½ days participating in the fall retreat. Held at a local camp site, students are placed in core groups and spend the time participating in activities and discussions focused on a pre-determined diversity-theme. In addition, participants take part in large group activities and simulations that support the eradication of bias, bigotry rand racism in their respective communities and beyond. Students also partake in camp staples such as campfires; low/high ropes courses and a variety of teambuilding exercises.