Toney Earl Jr. honored at Spring Valley NAACP’s Black History Celebration

Toney Earl Jr. Honored at Louis Kurtz Center in Spring Valley

Statement from Earl Jr. founder of M.A.D.E., a transitional program for African American youth that help enable them to become the leaders of their own future. www.made-transitions.org

“It’s extremely humbling to have been honored yesterday at the Spring Valley NAACP’s Black History Celebration for being the First Black Male to establish a Re-entry Agency in Rockland County. Four years ago, with the help of many, my goal was simply to help formerly incarcerated individuals re-enter society with dignity and I’m proud to say to date, we’ve helped hundreds transition into society and, engaged with thousands of children who hopefully will never need our services. #CameALongWay#LongWayToGo #MakingADifferenceEveryday”

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Russell Crawford, Chief Det. Rockland DA’s office, Toney Earl Jr., far Right

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