Retiring Rep. Louis Stokes Honored At Labor Department For Lifetime Of Helping At-Risk Youth

October 1998
Jet;10/05/98, Vol. 94 Issue 19, p36
Focuses on the recognition of United States Representative Louis Stokes for his lifetime of dedication to young people, especially those in at-risk situations, by US Secretary of Labor Alexis Herman and the National Youth Employment Coalition. Presentation of an award to Stokes, by Alan Zuckerman, executive director of the National Youth Employment Coalition; Information on the program at which Stokes was honored; When Stokes plans to retire from his position.


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