TONEY EARL JR. HONORED AT SPRING VALLEY NAACP’S BLACK HISTORY CELEBRATIONSeptember 1, 2016adminNews0 CommentsStatement 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. www.made-transitions.org Learn MoreRelatedartmodernShare ThisTweetSharePlus oneShareEmailYou may also like Former Incarcerees Find Hope—and Employers—at NYC ‘Second Chance’ Job FairAt first glance, the job fair held April 11 at the Grand Hall of New… Panel discusses ‘restorative justice’ in NyackNYACK - Dozens of people attended a panel Sunday evening to hear a discussion about… Toney Earl Jr.’s Incarceration Almost Stopped Him From Getting A Job. His Success Shows Why Businesses Need to Implement Fair Hiring Practices.Toney Earl Jr. was 25 years old when he was convicted for felony possession of…Leave a Reply Cancel comment replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.