Black History Month Monologues

On Monday, February 27, 2017, Garrett College students partnered with Student Government Association and Peer Leaders to present "Still I Rise", Black History Monologues. This event was coordinated by Dr. Terry Kasecamp, Professor of Psychology, and Angie Cooper, Student Activities Manager. Students recited poetry, famous speeches, and sang well known freedom songs as part of the program. 

Students selected and prepared readings from the following: Langston Hughes, Wilton Mkwayi, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Malcolm X, Kelsey Birmingham, Toni Morrison, Eric Thomas, Michael Jackson, and Maya Angelou. 

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Garrett College students partnered with Student Government Association and Peer Leaders to present the Black History Monologues at the McHenry campus of the college. Kneeling, left to right are: Emory Seace, Taira Jones, Ira Anderson, Earl Woodard II, Jordon Knox. Second row: Miyah Myers, Jaesmyne Well, Kayla Gibson,  Sad'e Sellars, Angie Cooper, Kelsey Birmingham, Angela Lowry, Kayla Harris-Dandridge, Dr. Terry Kasecamp. Back row: Andrew Green, Myles Tinsely, Terrell Anderson..

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Pictured is Sade Walker reading from Toni Morrison
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