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Recognizing Delaware's Advocates for Justice

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The Delaware Center for Justice (DCJ) hosted its annual meeting and fundraiser last month at World Café Live at the Queen. The event highlighted work by the 94-year-old agency and honored key volunteers and advocates in the field. Phillip Morgan, recently retired warden of Howard R. Young Correctional Institution, was awarded the 2014 William A. Vrooman “Exemplar of Justice” Award for making numerous improvements in the quantity and quality of education, work release and rehabilitation programming available to the incarcerated. DCJ volunteers Tokunbo Macaulay and Judith Schneider were bestowed with the Mary Elizabeth Mical Award for their commitment to DCJ’s Court of Common Pleas Mediation Program. Cindy McDaniel, coordinator of the School Offense Diversion Program was chosen by her colleagues to receive the new DCJ Staff Excellence Award.

Photos courtesy of the Delaware Center for Justice


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