LU Black History Month: What do students think?

By Amya Milligan/Clarion News

LINCOLN UNIVERSITY -With Lincoln University hosting many Black History Month events during the month of February, the Clarion News wanted to know: What is the most important thing when it comes to Black History Month? 

“ The empowerment of Black as one.”  – Aleisha Watts, a junior biology major from Chicago. 
” Harriet Tubman and all about the Underground Railroad where she began her journey.” – Jada Johnson, a junior sociology major from East St. Louis, Ill.
“ Martin Luther King, especially his ‘I Have a Dream’ speech.” – Marterrio Porter, a freshman marketing major from Memphis, Tenn. 
“ The Civil Rights movement, especially the march on Washington, D.C. “ -Sherrell Williams, a sophomore social work major from St. Louis. 
“Our roots and where we come from.” – Angelica West, a senior psychology major from Kansas City, Mo.

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