The Shaw Campus celebrated the Harlem Renaissance period for their African American history performance. Students danced the Charleston, recited poems, showcased the fashions of the period, and sang songs!
Capitol Hill held an African American History Museum. Each class focused on a decade in history and the students chose African American figures from that decade to learn about. Students then presented on their figures to visitors as they walked through the exhibits.
The Trinidad Campus held their “Black Arts Matter” performance in Gallaudet's Auditorium. Students sang, danced, and performed “spoken word,” commemorating black artists throughout history.
The Brightwood Campus celebrated key figures that shaped black culture in an awards show.
They honored those who had a major influence on politics, entertainment, feminism, education and civil rights.