Jacobi Cline-Gates ’19
It’s a month where we can reflect on black culture, things that have happened to African Americans back in the day, and overcoming what happened back in the day. Embracing our African culture, the way we are, and how we are going to be. Getting over times that we bad for us.
Leana Ravelo ’19
It just shows our progress and achievement. Basically, how we as a race will keep fighting until we get equal rights.
Dannie Paul ’20
To me it just means a lot. It represents black people and it shows that black people really matter.
Jikari Robinson ’18
To me, Black History Month represents the struggle that we have gone through—African Americans—and where we want to go.
Aya El Majdoubi ’21
Recognizing the history and culture of black people—the strong individuals who have influenced history and how people are treated today
Raul Madera Torres ’18
I like the concept of Black History Month but I feel like Black History shouldn’t be confined to a single month