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Cape May County community organizations help produce black leaders

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Dorothy Sheehan

Moderator Robert Jackson, of Del Haven, far right, looks on as Lois Smith, of Cape May, far left, and Shirley Becki Wilson, of Seaville, spoke about what life was like as children growing up in Cape May and West Cape May. This was a panel discussion of Cape May County black history at the Carriage House Gallery..

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CAPE MAY — A panel of black community leaders gathered in Cape May on Sunday afternoon to discuss the importance community organizations play in creating tomorrow’s leaders.

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Dorothy Sheehan

Moderator Robert Jackson, of Del Haven, far right, looks on as Lois Smith, of Cape May, far left, and Shirley Becki Wilson, of Seaville, spoke about what life was like as children growing up in Cape May and West Cape May. This was a panel discussion of Cape May County black history at the Carriage House Gallery..