Washington, DC:United Church of Christ Commission for Racial Justice.
What does CRJ stand for?
CRJ stands for Commission for Racial Justice
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- Cardiovascular Risk in Young Finns Study
- Canadair Regional Jet
- Carly Rae Jepsen (musician)
- Case Research Journal (North America Case Research Association)
- Cash Receipts Journal (accounting)
- Centre de Recherches Juridiques (French: Legal Research Center)
- Centre de Recherches sur le Japon (French: Institute of Japanese Studies)
- Centre Régional du Jazz (French: Regional Jazz Center)
- Centre Rotarien de la Jeunesse (French: Youth Rotary Center)
- Chiropractic Research Journal
- Community Resources for Justice
- Conseil Régional des Jeunes (French: Regional Youth Council)
- Cruz Roja Juventud (Spanish: Red Cross Youth)
- Canadian Royal Jet 100 (airliner; Bombardier Aerospace)
- Canadian Royal Jet 200 (airliner; Bombardier Aerospace)
- Canadian Royal Jet 700 (airliner; Bombardier Aerospace)
- Carol R Johnson Associates
- Centre Régional des Jeunes Agriculteurs (French: Regional Center of Young Farmers)
- Chonburi Rayong Japanese Association (Thailand)
- Commission Régionale de Jeunes Arbitres (French: Regional Committee of Young Referees)
Samples in periodicals archive:
United Church of Christ Commission for Racial Justice.
This year's celebration of the Rendezvous of Victory has attracted the support and participation of a wide range of groups in Britain, including the Forum of Africans and African Descendants Against Racism (FAADAR), Breaking the Silence Community Advisory Board of the UNESCO ASPnet Transatlantic Slave Trade Education Project, the Churches Commission for Racial Justice, the National Maritime Museum and Greenwich Council.
David Haslam, of the Churches' Commission for Racial Justice, believes the government will act on the rising number of racial attacks in Britain and on problems faced by asylum-seekers.
March 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Perdue Farms filed a libel suit yesterday in federal court accusing Bernice Powell Jackson and the Commission for Racial Justice of the United Church of Christ of Cleveland, Ohio of having "blatantly disregarded the truth," when they published and distributed a press release that accused Perdue of owning a chicken processing plant where 25 workers were killed in a fire in 1993.
Charles Lee, research director for the New York-based United Church of Christ's Commission for Racial Justice and a member of the National Environmental Justice Advisory Council, said the problem is complex.
The environmental justice movement can be traced back to the civil rights movement of the 1960s, but its current incarnation started with a 1987 report issued by the Commission for Racial Justice of the United Church of Christ (UCC) in Cleveland.
Bernice Powell Jackson, executive director of the United Church of Christ Commission for Racial Justice, writing recently about foreign policy decisions involving Haiti.