The Middle School Black History Month Assembly was planned, performed, and presented by Sister 2 Sister* students with the support of their faculty sponsors. The assembly featured important narration from the girls about the importance of Black History Month and the community. Students performed original poetry, danced, read moving selections, and sang. It was a new and truly moving presentation and one that represented an unmistakable picture of belonging, support, and sisterhood.
*Sister 2 Sister is an affinity group for students who identify as female and as Black, African American, or as part of the African diaspora, including biracial/multiracial students for whom the above is one of their identities.