In celebration of Black History month, classes in all subject areas have been highlighting the many accomplishments of Black Americans in all disciplines. In Chapel this week, Pastor Althoff shared the story of Rosa Young, known as the mother of Black Lutheranism in Alabama. She was a teacher who was instrumental in founding Lutheran schools and congregations in Alabama. Junior Jaiden Vining read an excerpt from a speech by Barack Obama, and Sophomore Heaven Fazande read an excerpt from the poem "The Hill We Climb" by Amanda Gorman. Art classes created silhouettes of famous musicians, and the Computer Science class created presentations about leaders, artists, authors, athletes, scientists, innovators, and activists.
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