Cape May NAACP, CCWI Hosts MLK Prayer Breakfast
AC JosepH Media
CAPE MAY — Katrina Evans Johnson will be the keynote speaker Monday (Jan. 16) the annual MLK Day Prayer Breakfast by the Cape May County NAACP and the Concerned Citizens of Whitesboro Inc. at the historic Macedonia Baptist Church, 630 Lafayette Street starting at 8:30 a.m.
Organizers said proceeds from the event will go to the Dorothy Mack Educational Fund. Tours at the Harriet Tubman Museum of New Jersey next door will begin at 11 a.m.
Johnson Is the CEO of KEJ Ministries, founder of Whole Women Matter, Inc., CEO of The Blueprint, founder of Talitha Cumi Core Group Mentorship.
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