When we are different together we change the future of Northeast Florida. Join with us to help make Jacksonville a more inclusive community.
Bring the community together for engaging and thought-provoking forums.
Programs such as the Annual Interfaith Thanksgiving Gratitude Service celebrate our regions rich and diverse faith traditions
Has created a history—and a legacy—of more than 40 years of Humanitarians.
Teaches teens the positive power of a diverse community.
Help us expand world views and embrace the differences within our community.
OneJax Institute has announced the recipients of its 2014 Humanitarian Awards, to be held on May 22, 2014 at the Hyatt Regency Riverfront Jacksonville. The OneJax Humanitarian Awards honor those who have demonstrated the highest level of personal and professional integrity, have given generously and extensively to our community, and have been dedicated to the improvement of human relations among diverse groups in our community.
This community-wide initiative seeks to identify and dismantle the elements of structural racism in Jacksonville. OneJax helped establish Project Breakthrough in 2007 and continues to serve as one of its lead agencies, along with the Jacksonville Human Rights Commission, The Community Foundation for Northeast Florida and The Aspen Institute. Many community and media leaders have participated in extensive training sessions that provide participants with a profound understanding of structural racism, its historical and future effects in the community, and strategies for dismantling it.