Glassboro woman honored by Racial Justice Commission

Glassboro woman honored by Racial Justice Commission

womanhonored-webEarline Woodson is the recipient of the Racial Justice Award presented annually by the Diocese of Camden Racial Justice Commission. The Glassboro resident was honored for her “extraordinary efforts to eradicate the sin of racism in the community of South Jersey,” said Corlis Sellers, coordinator of the Racial Justice Commission. Also honored at the eighth annual appreciation dinner sponsored by the Racial Justice Commission were four educators behind the pen pal program between Sacred Heart School, Camden, and St. Mary School, Gloucester City. Receiving the Many Faces in God’s House Award were Gail Corey, St. Mary principal; Mary Kain, teacher; Janet Williams, Sacred Heart principal; and Nancy Donnelly, teacher. The event was held at Botto’s Italian Restaurant, Swedesboro, on Aug. 4.

Photo by Alan M. Dumoff

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