CCEJ Friends,

We are so grateful for being in community with you during a year that has tested our resilience and challenged us to become more innovative and creative than ever before. Through the pandemic, we’ve continued to serve more than 800 young people through monthly Youth Council and Building Bridges Club Alliance meetings, and in-class Conscious Classrooms anti-bias and anti-racism workshops. We’re also providing much-needed Restorative Justice diversion services to youth, strengthening their connections to family and community, and creating alternatives to incarceration for our young people. Were you one of the more than 400 people who participated in online “Elements of Justice” dialogues this summer? Our goal was to spark self-reflection on how each of us can play a part in creating more racial justice in our communities. We invite you to continue this work by joining us at one of our upcoming events. The CCEJ staff and Board look forward to seeing you in person once it is safe to be together. Until then, we’ll see you online! May we all continue to work for justice & equality in the year ahead. #CCEJLove

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Fill out the form below to purchase your tickets for the 42nd Annual Food and Beverages Humanitarian Awards Dinner!

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Gene Lentzner Nomination Application

Nomination Application

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1) Significant contributions to the Greater Los Angeles or Long Beach Community in the area of social justice/human relations
2) How they promote respect and justice among all people regardless of differences in race, religion, ethnicity, ability, sexual orientation, gender or gender identity
3) How they demonstrate commitment to social justice and human relations by way of service (if it’s at work, then above and beyond their paid scope of work)
4) Ways they foster inter-group, inter-faith cooperation
5) How they are connected to the Greater Los Angeles or Long Beach area

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