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Seizing The Day to Celebrate Black Agents of Change

Our 19th annual Black History Celebration on Feb. 7, 2014 was a joyful and purposeful event. Sponsored by the Parents and Teachers Association (PAT), it brought the community together to recognize historical Black agents of change and to inspire our students to become change-makers as well.

PAT Black History Month Celebration 2014


 Check out photos from this year's fantastic celebration! Stay tuned for video. Thanks to Crystal Backus for the photos. 
 
 


PAT Black History Month Celebration 2014

 

This year's event is Friday, February 7, 2014

"Black Agents of Change"  - historical and in the future (our children) - will take center stage at the annual PAT Black History Month Celebration. The Celebration is a longstanding BFS tradition and is an inclusive event promoting the culture, history and traditions of peoples of the African Diaspora. The 2014 event, on Friday, February 7th, will feature a series of workshops starting at 3:30pm. (Topics include science, journalism, dance, drumming, and social justice/homelessness.) A community dinner, inspired by black chefs such as Marcus Samuelsson and Sylvia Woods, will follow in the cafeteria at 6pm. The general program at 7pm will feature the Akoko Nante Ensemble and performances by many of our own students.

Please join us! Sign up to volunteer and for the workshops below!


Volunteer

Please use the form at THIS LINK to volunteer at the PAT Black History Month Celebration, "Black Agents of Change," on Friday, February 7, 2014.

RSVP to a Workshop

Please use the form at this link to RSVP to the workshops offered at the Celebration. Following the workshops, a community dinner is served at 5:45pm and the general program is at 7pm.

PAT Black History Month Celebration Overview

This is an inclusive event promoting the culture, history and traditions of peoples of the African Diaspora.  Parent, faculty, and staff volunteers develop a theme and invite guest artists to the school to work with BFS students.  The ticketed "main event" takes place on the first Friday in February: a hearty community dinner with performances and activities for the entire school.Committee chairs Monifa Bandele and Raymi Ramseur.
 
 







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