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Anti-Defamation League of San Francisco honored Jon Streeter of Keker & Van Nest with the “Distinguished Jurisprudence Award ” [ TLR Notes 1) Per YR, award part of “grooming” Streeter to Federal Bench 2) Irrespective of light animosity between TLR/YR — Streeter/Keker, community and justice would not benefit from Streeter as federal judge. Per YR, since power structure in search of African – American federal judicial aspirant, much better choice would be Hon. Brenda Harbin-Forte ]

The Anti-Defamation League honored Jon Streeter with the Distinguished Jurisprudence Award and Judge Vaughn Walker (ret) with the Civil Rights Award at the annual Gala Dinner in San Francisco.  The Awards were presented in recognition of their longstanding commitment to justice, civil rights and the rule of law.  NAACP President and CEO Benjamin Jealous offered a stirring keynote address at the Gala in celebration of the advances in civil rights in our country, while reminding attendees of the many challenges that lay ahead.  Distinguished guests in attendance included members of the consular corps from France, Israel, and Mexico, Judge Thelton Henderson (award presenter and past ADL honoree).

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