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Black History Month Closing Ceremony

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On Thursday, Feb. 28, students and faculty were invited to attend the Black History Month closing ceremony in the cafeteria. Caribbean cuisine was provided by the Garifuna Flava and was sold out well before the event was completed. Live music was provided by the Indira Reggae Band.

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Black History Month Closing Ceremony