Skyline’s annual Black History Month Assembly again inspires with music, dance, art, poetry, drama

Video by Jo Mathis/AAPS District News Editor

Skyline’s African American Humanities class once again presented its annual Black History Month Assembly to the entire student body.

The hour-long celebration of culture showcased the students’ talents in music, dance, art, poetry and drama while encouraging classmates to stand against racism. Students also honored their teacher, Kay Wade, for her many years inspiring students to excellence.

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