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Derrick Dawson

Derrick C. Dawson received a bachelor’s degree in English and Linguistics from Northeastern Illinois University.  He was also a broadcaster and journalist in the United States Navy, serving over ten years on ships in the Pacific fleet.  Dawson is a member of the Antiracism Commission of the Episcopal Diocese of Chicago, and served as its Co-Chair for several years.  He is currently serving his second elected term as a member of the Standing Committee of the Diocese.  Derrick also serves on the Board of Directors of ReVive Center for Housing and Healing Homeless Shelter.  Dawson is an Organizer/Trainer and former board member of Crossroads Antiracism Organizing and Training and is currently Co-Program Coordinator for Chicago Regional Organizing for Antiracism (Chicago ROAR), a regional program of Crossroads.

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