Sidney Hollander Award - The Sidney Hollander Foundation

The Sidney Hollander Foundation

In December 1941, a foundation was set up in order to honor Sidney Hollander. Hollander was a very influential humanitarian living in Baltimore, Maryland during the mid-20th century. Being a humanitarian, Hollander was an avid believer that all men should be treated equally. African Americans, especially, should be treated in the same way as any other American. Hollander wanted to create a place to live where everybody would be treated equally.

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