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The US Commission on Civil Rights has announced the appointment of thirteen members of the Delaware State Advisory Committee, to be chaired by Wilmington attorney Lisa Goodman.

State Advisory Committees produce reports and recommendations concerning statewide or local civil rights issues, including justice, voting, discrimination, housing and education. Congress mandates the appointment of committees in all 50 states and Washington, DC. Appointees serve four-year, volunteer terms.

The Delaware Committee members are:

Bradley L. Baldia – Wilmington
Santino Cecotti – Wilmington
Alicia Clark – Hockessin
Carlos J. Cotto – Wilmington
Lydia S. Cox – Wilmington
Susan M. Dixon – Wilmington
Patrick C. Donahue – Smyrna
Patricia S. Downing – Wilmington
Michael D. Fleming – Wilmington
Shannon B. Griffin – Townsend
Aaron C. Kupchik – Hockessin
Enid D. Wallace-Simms – Wilmington
Leland B. Ware – Newark

 

 

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