The Southern Delaware Alliance for Racial Justice usually meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 7 pm, at the Trinity Faith Christian Center at 15516 New Road in Lewes. Our regular business meetings are open to the public Read More >>

How to Avoid a ‘Ferguson’ in the Cape Region Police Chiefs Discuss Community Relations at SDARJ Panel Police chiefs from Lewes, Rehoboth, Milton, Georgetown, and State Police Troops 4 and 7 will talk about their positive and pro-active initiatives to Read More >>

Systemic Racial Inequality in State Government Exposed Our presenter, Alicia Clark, conducted a study of systemic discrimination and racism in state government in collaboration with the Inter-denominational Ministers Action Council and the NAACP. The study covered minorities including African-Americans, Native Read More >>

Attorney General Matt Denn and Public Defender Brendan O’Neill Talk About “What Happens After You’re Accused of a Crime in Delaware” This meeting is a follow-up to our September 20th Police Chiefs’ Forum about policing initiatives to improve community relations, Read More >>

What Do We Do Now?: SDARJ’s Role in Promoting Racial and Social Justice in Today’s New Political Environment The recent election results presents a challenge for all of us interested in achieving racial justice. Our December 13 meeting is an Read More >>

What Happens After You Get Locked Up in Delaware Panelists from the Departments of Correction, Juvenile Rehabilitative Services and the Community Legal Aid Society will tackle tough questions about inmate treatment, punishment versus rehabilitation, recidivism, treatment of the mentally ill, Read More >>

Recent Initiatives and Accomplishments and the Future of the Alliance Since Delaware has recently convened the 149th session of the General Assembly, the legislative/advocacy committee will report on significant legislation.  The committee will also introduce you to the APEX program Read More >>

Chief Justice Strine on “What Does Access to Justice Actually Mean in Delaware” The Honorable Leo E. Strine, Jr., Chief Justice of the Delaware Supreme Court, is our guest speaker, who will talk about access to justice and answer questions Read More >>

Ex-Offender Panel: What It’s Really Like Being in Prison and the Challenges of Facing Life on the Outside Seven previously incarcerated men and women will tell the real story about prison life in Delaware and what it was like after Read More >>

The State of Criminal Justice Reform in Delaware Our May meeting will feature Kate Parker West, JD, from the Delaware Center for Justice in a talk about the State of Criminal Justice Reform in Delaware. The audience is encouraged to Read More >>