Lucile Stewart-Mitchell, Lillian Moore, and Dr. Mariah Vassal were the presenters at the Swedesboro-Woolwich Historical Society on Wednesday, Oct. 21. All three women attended the Richardson Avenue School – the separate but equal three classroom school for Black American children. It is listed on the National Historic Register and is the last remaining building representing segregated schools in the state. The three women shared their memories of what it was like attending the school. This program was co-sponsored by H.E.L.P., Inc. and the Swedesboro-Woolwich Historical Society.