For the past two Fridays (March 19th & 26th) BLMHS held its annual assemblies dedicated to the celebration of Black histories both past and present. Students had the opportunity to attend multiple workshops, such as:
- Judgement Day- A play where a judge puts the US on trial for past injustices
- Finance for Students- where alum Kwame Egerton led a discussion on the financial nuances he wished he learned in HS
- Black History Month Kahoot contest
- A Presentation on Sports Activism with MLB umpire CB Bucknor
- Cops & Teens Assembly
- Discussions on Racial Justice led by our Campus Minister
- A Presentation on Prominent Black Entertainers
- Dance and the Spoken Word: A performance by Loughlin Students
- Pan Girl: A play about a young lady’s struggle to play a “Man’s instrument” and discussion with the creator Ms. Juliette Jeffers.
BLMHS is very grateful to all of the presenters involved in making these past two Fridays such a huge success!