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NORTH WILDWOOD - Cape Trinity Catholic School students celebrated Black History Month in February.

According to a release, they learned about Africa’s tribal peoples, and created ceramic masks. Those masks represent several African cultures.

Students also explored the art of Harlem Renaissance artist William Henry Johnson and created their own Johnson-style pastels.  

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