NAACAP 109th Anniversary Will Be Observed in Atlantic City Feb. 11

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Above: NAACP members, along with protesters, in Atlantic City in April 2017. 
 

The local branch of the NAACP will observe the 109th anniversary of its founding on Sunday, February 11th, 2018, at 4 p.m. at a special service at Jethro Memorial Presbyterian Church. 

The church is located at 423 North Ohio Avenue in Atlantic City.

The NAACP, the oldest civil rights organization in the nation has been a leader in advocating for civil rights and social justice.

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Branch President Kaleem Shabazz stated, “We encourage all persons of good faith to attend this service. The voices of inclusion, justice and hope must drown out the voices of hate, bigotry and racism.”

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