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Some of Miami-Dade County’s leaders of the past and present enjoy the CRB’s 50th anniversary luncheon. Pictured are: Retha Boone (l-r, top), guest, Marleine Bastien, Vivilora Perkins-Smith, George Yap and several other friends. Trailblazer Award winner Thelma Gibson is seated bottom right. —Miami Times photo/D. Kevin McNeir

Some of Miami-Dade County’s leaders of the past and present enjoy the CRB’s 50th anniversary luncheon. Pictured are: Retha Boone (l-r, top), guest, Marleine Bastien, Vivilora Perkins-Smith, George Yap and several other friends. Trailblazer Award winner Thelma Gibson is seated bottom right. —Miami Times photo/D. Kevin McNeir

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