Every month, BORDC honors an individual who has made an outstanding contribution in his or her community to the movement to restore civil liberties and the rule of law.
Leland Pan, a recent graduate of University of Wisconsin at Madison and BORDC’s February 2015 Patriot Award winner, is a shining example of how young people can effect change through grassroots organization. In his second term on Wisconsin’s Dan County… [Read More]
Ruth Jeannoel is BORDC’s January 2015 Patriot Award winner. For the past two years she has been the Organizer for Power U Center for Change. Power U is a grassroots movement whose base are black women and black youth. As Ruth described, “Lots of these… [Read More]
BORDC is proud to announce its November 2014 Patriot Award Winner, Kymone Freeman. Kymone’s identifications range from poet all the way to director of the National Black LUV Festival held in DC, which is the largest annual AIDS mobilization in the nat… [Read More]