Monday, March 7, 2016

Award to Kay Perry, MI-CURE

The Wholeness Ethics Project at Muskegon Correctional Facility has awarded Ms. Kay Perry our Community Service Award for her faithful stewardship of MI-CURE over the past three decades.

During this time Ms. Perry has edited and published MI-CURE News, which is a highly literate, wholistic and reason-based commentary on a topic that is too often dominated by emotion and politics.

She has been on the front lines of every battle between intelligent justice and demagoguery wherever they may occur.

Though she probably doesn't call herself a wholist, I am proud to call her one and to thank her publicly for her ongoing wholistic community service.

I encourage anyone who cares about justice in Michigan or elsewhere to give a minute of time and thank Kay and support her good work in any other way you feel you can.

Kay is the first free citizen to receive this award and I can't think of a better first. Thanks, Kay, for being a champion of wholeness.

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