Cultural assembly brings students together

By Alexa Bridge
HUB Staff

This year Black Student Union integrated Asian American, African American, Muslim, and White cultures into a melting pot of different events for the BSU assembly on Tuesday, Feb. 23.

Principal Winfred Roberson began the assembly by singing the Black National Anthem.

Later, a timeline of events that have been milestones for the African American society was presented along with various mini-biographies of influential African Americans such as Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King, Malcolm X and President Barack Obama.

During the BSU assembly a monologue of the upcoming play, “God’s Country” was preformed, and two members of the Asian Student Association made speeches about Asian equality.

ASA President and senior JaeDoo Son made a point to talk about how there has been no particularly “positive” event that influenced the Asian culture. He believes that by working together as a unity, “we can walk forward.”

Feet were tapping and students danced as, Soul Intention, took the stage performing “I feel good” by James Brown, which was sung by senior Dorothy Mittow.

One thought on “Cultural assembly brings students together

  • August 13, 2010 at 10:44 AM

    yo, this was a dope assembly yall

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