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Student leaders in the Black Student Union club at BHS have planned special events for all of our students and staff to celebrate Black History Month. Along with creating videos providing historical and educational resources that will be shared with classes, the B.S.U. invites everyone on campus to join in a special Spirit Week February 7-11th.

Monday, Feb. 7th – 90’s day: Dress in trends from the decade
Tuesday, Feb. 8th – Soul Train/Disco Day: Dress like you’re groovin’ on the dance tv show or the 70’s decade
Wednesday, Feb. 9th – Rhythm & Blues: Dress like you’re favorite artist or album cover
Thursday, Feb. 10th – Black Out Day: Wear all black
Friday, Feb. 11th – Pan African Unity Day: Wear green, red, and black or you’re favorite ankara print (African fabric)

Excerpt from A Proclamation on National Black History Month from the White House:

“Each February, National Black History Month serves as both a celebration and a powerful reminder that Black history is American history, Black culture is American culture, and Black stories are essential to the ongoing story of America — our faults, our struggles, our progress, and our aspirations. Shining a light on Black history today is as important to understanding ourselves and growing stronger as a Nation as it has ever been. That is why it is essential that we take time to celebrate the immeasurable contributions of Black Americans, honor the legacies and achievements of generations past, reckon with centuries of injustice, and confront those injustices that still fester today.” –January 31, 2022