Black History Expo
North Augusta High School
February 2015
Departmental Exhibits:
Black History Expo
The Black History Program at North Augusta
High School will be held from Feb. 23rd –
29th and will feature interactive programing
and exhibits. This festival of cultural
awareness will be open to the students of
North Augusta High School as well as the
public. Visitors should start in the main
office to receive a visitor’s badge.

“Antonio Machin and the Cuban Golden Era”
– a lecture presented by Mr. Julio Avila at
GRU on Feb. 19th at 5:30 in Allgood Hall rm.
E-254

“Gullah Island” arranged by students in
Biology and Anatomy; 2nd hall display case –
cafeteria side

“African Americans in Military History”
arranged by NJROTC; 1st hall display case

“African American Mathematicians” arranged
by Mu Alpha Theta; math department bulletin
board (main hall and 4th hall intersection gym
side)

“Celebrating Black History with Famous
Black Authors” arranged by the media center;
B-hall media center display window

“Women Writers in Francophone Africa”
arranged by French 3 – 2nd hall bulletin board.

“Black History Abstract Portraits” created by
the NAHS art students; located in front of the
main office
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Black History Expo
Exhibits Cont.

"Frederick Douglass and the Power of Education"
prepared by English 3 students; located in the 4th
hall display case cafeteria side

“Influential African-Americans in U.S. History”
prepared by U.S. History students. Fifth hall
display.
Performances

African American Voices: Poetry, Prose, and
Emotion for the Stage. 27 Feb. 2015, 5th and 7th
period in the NAHS auditorium

Guitar Series – “Picking, Plucking and
Strumming: From the Roots” 26 Feb. 2015, 8:45
– 9:15 am and 12:45 – 1:15 pm; Featuring Phillip
Smith and Soteria Raymond singing “Glory,
Mahalia Browning singing “Motherless Child,”
and Samaria Hall singing “A Change is Gonna
Come.”
We should emphasize not Negro History,
but the Negro in history. What we need is
not a history of selected races or nations,
but the history of the world void of national
bias, race hate, and religious prejudice.
-Carter Woodson, 1926, historian
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