The Community Wide Dialogue to End Racism Program 2014 Racial Justice Award

The Racial Justice Award is presented annually to individuals in the CNY community who are committed to the principles of racial equity, have worked on the issue of ending racism for a considerable length of time, and whose efforts have produced change or will be contributing to make a change in racial injustice.

The 2014 Racial Justice Awards were presented on January 28,, at Syracuse Stage’s Sutton Pavilion, and was followed by the Syracuse Stage presentation of Matthew Lopez’ The Whipping Man at Archbold Theater, directed by Timothy Bond.

(Left to right) Derrick Dorsey, Director of Community Wide Dialogue to End Racism Program; Rev. Kevin J. Agee, Catalyst Award; Cimone S. Jordan, Youth Award; Wilauer Mateo, Youth Award; Ella Kathleen Neville, Youth Award; Abdulilah Al-Dubai, Adult Aweard

(Left to right) Derrick Dorsey, Director of Community Wide Dialogue to End Racism Program; Rev. Kevin J. Agee, Catalyst Award; Cimone S. Jordan, Youth Award; Wilauer Mateo, Youth Award; Ella Kathleen Neville, Youth Award; Abdulilah Al-Dubai, Adult Award

Many thanks to all in attendance, donors, silent auction participants, the staff at Syracuse Stage – and special thanks to sponsors National Grid, Syracuse University, Wegmans and Starbucks.

Follow this link to the Syracuse Stage website preview of The Whipping Man.


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