The AIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania is proud to have received two service awards during the month of April 2005 — from the Barristers’ Association of Philadelphia and the Philadelphia AIDS Consortium (TPAC). The Barristers’ Association, citing the AIDS Law Project for “continued and selfless service to the Philadelphia community,” gave the AIDS Law Project its Cecil B. Moore Award. Barristers’ Association president Damon K. Roberts, Esq., presented the award at a gala dinner April 23 at the Westin Philadelphia. Accepting the award on behalf of the AIDS Law Project, Rodney Cunningham, Esq., supervising attorney of the family law unit, said, “It is inspiring to be acknowledged for the impact we make on an underserved community.” Also attending the ceremony were Yolanda French Lollis, Esq., and Brenda Canales, Esq., of the AIDS Law Project staff; and Kahiga A. Tiagha, Esq., and Kimberly Y. Chainey, Esq., of the board. The late Cecil B. Moore, for whom the award is named, was a fiery civil-rights lawyer and president of the Philadelphia NAACP in the 1960s. Among his achievements was a seven month picketing campaign that forced the integration of Girard College.