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.

“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