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Lectures, Siminars and BOOK SIGNING!

Meet the author and hear excerpts from Deacon Ken Radcliffe’s book in its second printing!

​About the Author

REV. KENNETH L. RADCLIFFE, a Permanent Deacon serving in the Archdiocese of New York, retired from the New York City Department of Correction as an Administrative Chaplain after 20 years of service. His assignments included Rikers Island, detention centers in the Bronx, Brooklyn, and the Manhattan Detention Complex, MDC, also known as “The Tombs.”

Deacon Radcliffe is a trained substance abuse/addictions counselor and New York State Certified Recovery Coach and certified to train Recovery Coaches. He is a CASACT. He is a relapse prevention specialist who has worked as a case manager in a homeless shelter, and has conducted relapse prevention programs for licensed out patient alcohol and drug treatment programs. He is the author of two published reports, The Crisis of the Poor in Black Urban America, and the Challenge for a Church in Crisis to Face It and The Crisis of the Poor in Black Urban America, The Challenge for a President and Corporate America.

Applying Alcoholic Anonymous Principles

to the

Disease of Racism

By Kenneth L. Radcliffe

"...a good read!" 

Timothy Michael Cardinal Dolan

Archbishop of New York

July 13, 2017