Beaumont’s first Black History Month assembly on Tuesday, February 28 was a moving experience.
From an interpretive spiritual dance by alumnae Bridget Fitzgerald ’81 and Kodi Price ’99 to spoken word poetry by Kisha Nicole Foster, a Black History Month trivia contest for students, and personal reflections from storyteller Eris Eady, it was hard not to appreciate our African American culture.
The event was truly a celebration of Black History, and was sponsored by Beaumont’s F.A.M.E. Club, (Females Achieving Minority Excellence) led by Beaumont Counselor NaNetta Hullum.
Beaumont faculty got into the spirit of the entire month by purchasing and wearing special t-shirts, and posing for a group photo in the courtyard post assembly.
Posted on Tue, February 28, 2017
by Laura Gambrell