A Black History Evening of Cultural Celebration on Friday, March 1st showcased poetry, music, dancing, fun and fellowship. In addition, a special presentation was made to Ms. Shirley Satterfield by MSAN/PULSE students and their advisor Mrs. Lenora Keel to recognize her for being a positive and uplifting figure and role model in the Princeton community.
The audience at PHS included students, parents, community members and school staff. In addition to the PHS student talent, the evening included invited guest appearances by the students from the Sprout U School of the Arts in Trenton, NJ and a "Spoken Word" performance by two Princeton University students. Chaundra Cameron and her daughter, Sheena, did a powerful presentation entitled, "Pass the Baton," with collective pieces from Maya Angelou and Langston Hughes. The event was supported by a small grant from NJEA Pride - PREA though the "Black Lives Matter in School" grant.
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