When: Thursday, April 20 from 10:30am to 12:30pm Where: Achievement Center 38 Vandever Avenue Please join the Wilmington HOPE Commission and the Delaware Center for Justice in welcoming Edward Latessa, PhD for an enlightening presentation on effective criminal justice intervention. Dr. Latessa is an internationally acclaimed spokesperson in the
COPE RV offers FREE SCREENINGS for: HIV Hepatitis C Diabetes Hypertension TB Pregnancy Vision Nutrition Conveniently located for you at the Achievement Center starting Friday, March, 10 2017 from 11:00am to 1:00pm. COPE RV will continue thereafter the second Friday of every month. To find out more information about COPE please
Joined by primary bill sponsor Senator Margaret Rose Henry and Representative Helene Keeley, and additional sponsors Senator Bryan Townsend and Representative Stephanie Bolden, as well as other legislators, the Governor will sign Senate Bill 242 into law. This bill removes the requirement that people with felony records pay all fines,
We would like to share that the Hope Commission has been selected by Saving Our Sons, an initiative of the United Way’s “Revive the Village,” to receive the James H. Gilliam, Sr. Fatherhood Award for the Best Organization that exemplifies excellent work in supporting the concepts of fatherhood in our
Our very own Dubard McGriff, along with Coley Harris take Al Jazeera on a tour of the community the Wilmington HOPE Commission serves. Executive Director, Charles A. Madden, also speaks with Al Jazeera on the need for rehabilitation in our correctional institutions.
If you missed our 1st Annual Commencement Celebration, please read The News Journal article detailing the event as well as commentary from our members. Also, check out the video where Corie Priest and one of our graduates, Keenan Williams, describe their experiences at The Achievement Center
Future Relics, Artist Alim Smith explores the past, present and future of African Americans in Wilmington through art and conversation. Art Loop Reception 6 – 8 PM. On view Mon thru Tuesday 10 – 4 PM by appointment through April 30th.
Charles A. Madden, Executive Director, recently appeared on a panel discussing institutionalized racism, read the story here. Please share your thoughts.