Contributing Writer: Yvonne Cruz | Images: CCN-
On February 28, 2017, the Osbourn High School Black Heritage Appreciation Club (BHAC) celebrated the last day of Black History Month by dancing at every lunch block for the student body to witness and participate. They danced to songs such as Formation, The Cupid Shuffle, Wobble and many more songs created by Africa American artists.
Senior Emilio Funes, said “It’s a simple way to connect with one another and celebrated this amazing month”
Senior Maya Honesty told CCN, “I loved how everyone came together and celebrated black culture on the last day of black history month. I found it to be very moving.”
The BHAC even allowed other students to perform along side them-some students even had dance battles. It was an amazing way to bring black history month to a close and, an even better way to unite students of Osbourn High School.