We need more African American judges, pastors say – News – Dover Post
Pastors and community members rallied outside Legislative Hall Jan. 15.
The Rev. Dale Dennis II of Hoyt Memorial C.M.E in Wilmington led a rally in Dover to advocate for more African American representation in Delaware’s courts. He said he is fighting for his young daughter.
“As a diverse state, we must begin to make sure that people can see themselves as the future and the right-now of America,” Dennis said.
He joined the Rev. Blaine Hackett of St. John Africa Methodist Church, the Rev. Alfred S. Parker Jr., president of Methodist Ministers’ Alliance, and several residents outside Legislative Hall as the Delaware Senate Executive…