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Peppers said the fun events of the month like the "Afro-Slayage", a fashion show on February 25, are important to the overall theme of wartime this month, and she hopes people don't forget that Black History month isn't just one month. I am filled with gratitude each time I think of what our ancestors endured to make sure we had the ability to educate ourselves, vote, move into the neighborhood of our choosing, start businesses, play sports and so much more.

In the events which have occurred, Bradford said they have already seen diversity in attendance and they hope the trend continues throughout the rest of the month. The events meant to bring together local churches, businesses, artists, educators, community groups, museums, and more to celebrate African American history. There, Foley will speak about her role as the first African-American woman mayor in the nation, when she was elected to serve in Taft, Oklahoma. There is a reliance on force that goes beyond what is necessary to accomplish police duty. The event brought together participants which celebrated the rich narrative and triumphs of African Americans. "The reason why is because despite the fact that they were second-class citizens, despite the fact that they could not do what other people did, they continued to support America in many ways".

The BSA is leading an event February 12 called #MATTER in the Fowlkes Auditorium, where students will engage in structured conversations on issues impacting the black community.

Senior Nia McIntosh founded the Black History Month Committee three years ago, after sensing that the campus may benefit from a student-run committee which plans events intentionally for students.

School principal Dave Chambers read a statement to CBC Toronto, wherein he explained the idea to wear do-rags came from a Black History committee. "It really ties into social studies because you're talking about history, the civil rights movement and all kinds of things that tie in with actual content they need to learn, so it's flawless".

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"I remember reading his biography as an undergrad student and really just being inspired by his drive to succeed in a time when African Americans were still fighting against segregation and...so much adversity and oppression".

"When working with the Black History Month committee, we wanted to be intentional on providing a variety of programs that would appeal to the Wake Forest community; whether it be participating in the kickoff event in the Pit, seeing the premiere of Black Panther, engaging with alumni through the Black Professionals Forum or attending one of the many Wellbeing Wednesday sessions", McElderry said. "To me, it's perceived that we just have this one month, but every day is a celebration".

"We try to handle it in the class", said Slagle.

"I have some Powerpoints I've been doing", he said.

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