Providing an affordable meeting and retreat facility for non-profit and community organizations that share our vision and mission is a service that CEJJES provides to the local community.
The Charles White Gallery is an institution that will forever allow the public to see the work of this American master and learn about his life. The gallery is a place for artists, art enthusiasts, students, families, and members of the community to learn about the life and work of Charles White and other artists who share a similar commitment to human dignity and social justice.
The Susan G. Gordon Nature Trail and Environmental Education Center include the Susan G. Gordon Fitness Trail and Environmental Center to be constructed on approximately 13 acres of woods and meadows at The CEJJES Institute. Through the Susan G. Gordon Environmental Center, children will have an opportunity to engage in scientific inquiry.
Edmund W. Gordon is the co-founder of The CEJJES Institute, the John M. Musser Professor of Psychology, Emeritus at Yale University, Richard March Hoe Professor, Emeritus of Psychology and Education, at Teachers College, Columbia University and Director of the Institute for Urban and Minority Education (IUME) at Teachers College, Columbia University. He is also the Senior Scholar in Residence at the College Board. Professor Gordon's distinguished career spans professional practice, scholarly life as a minister, clinical and counseling psychologist, research scientist, author, editor, and professor. A portion of Dr. Gordonís scholarly work has been preserved and catalogued at the EWG Library located within The CEJJES Institute. Dr. Gordon's provides the research base for the development of educational and training programs.
The Rockland African Diaspora Heritage Center (RADHC) is a museum dedicated to the celebration, preservation, interpretation and understanding of the cultures, experiences and histories of the peoples of the African Diaspora. The RADHC is housed at The CEJJES Institute.