In 2002, our Herman J. Russomanno was the Recipient of the Silver Medallion Award by the MCCJ. In a highly respected tradition, since 1946, MCCJ has presented Silver Medallions to individuals whose humanitarian work parallels MCCJ’s mission to embrace diversity To build an inclusive community.
MCCJ’s mission is to advance understanding and respect among all cultures, religions and races. MCCJ was founded in 1935 as the Miami branch of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. Since 2011, following the demise of the national organization, it has been known only as MCCJ.
MCCJ seeks an inclusive community in which all people are treated with dignity and respect. Rooted in interfaith goodwill, our mission includes creating safe havens for dialog, training inclusive leaders, and highlighting the benefits of diversity through education, advocacy, dialog and conflict resolution.
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