Our History Brought to Life

Messenger photos by Sarah Slayman
Groveport Madison Schools presented, “Our History Brought to Life,” a Black History Month Showcase, on Feb. 28 at Groveport Madison High School. There was a community fair featuring black-owned businesses and food trucks. The student showcase in the auditorium featured performances such as the “Colors of Africa” fashion show including more than 15 different African countries, as well as student dances, songs, poems, and more. Pictured here are students as they performed a traditional African dance and clothing representing East Africa: Eritrea, and Ethiopia to celebrate Black History Month.
Groveport Madison students are shown here performing a traditional Congolese dance as a part of the celebration.
Larry Carey, who was featured at the community fair, shows two books he has authored, “Hey, Black Boy!” and “Alliteration Boosts Communication” to propel students into success by affirming their value and expanding their opportunities as they expand their vocabulary.
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