8/5/13: NSTVA will be back for the 2013-2014 session. Coming soon! We have a lot in store this year.
3/13/13: For our Women's Conference, we are offering 6 Professional Development credits to all NJ teachers and 8 CLE credits to all pro bono lawyers who are barred in NJ!!!!
GALA AND CONFERENCE TICKETS ARE ON SALE NOW! GET YOURS BEFORE THEY SELL OUT!
Check out this CNN article written by Jessica Ravitz on honoree Aesha Mohammadzai. Excellent article! Click here.
12/31/12: National Stop the Violence Alliance, Inc. would like to send our condolences to honoree Congressman John Lewis (D-GA) for the passing of his wife, Mrs. Lillian Miles Lewis.
12/27/12: Come and support National Stop the Violence Alliance, Inc. as we collect reading books, coloring books, and crayons to the students in Newtown, Connecticut. The "Purple Ribbon for Peace Project" seeks donations from across the country! Let our communities help theirs! Click here for more information!
12/14/12: National Stop the Violence Alliance, Inc. would like to send our condolences to the families of the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newtown, CT. Our hearts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.
12/9/12: We send our condolences to the family of Dr. Yvonne Kennedy, the 19th National President of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Dr. Kennedy passed this morning.
12/9/12: The NJ State Attorney General is sponsoring a gun buy back program to be held in Camden, NJ. They will be held on December 14th and 15th at Antioch Baptist Church and Higher Ground Temple. For more information, visit www.nj.gov/guns.
12/7/12: National Stop the Violence, along with the Heights of Collingswood Apartments and the Philadelphia Soul, will be hosting a drive for Hurricane Sandy victims from December 10-December 15th. We are only collecting household cleaning items. The collection will take place at 700 Browning Road Suite 6, Collingswood, NJ 08107.
- Tickets will be on sale soon!
- We are pleased to announce the unveiling of the bust for the late Rosa Parks AND Congressman John Lewis.
- We have various honorees coming to the Women's Conference, including Hill Harper, Dr. Bertha M. Roddey, Carolyn House Stewart, and representatives from the Raymond and Rosa Parks Institute. BE THERE!
- Kat Rohrer will be presenting on human trafficking at the luncheon!