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Black History Celebration 2018 “Hidden Figures in Science and Medicine”

  By: Alexandria Ortiz As per tradition, Centereach High School celebrated Black History Month on the concluding day of February, reminding us that Black History should be celebrated every day, and not only through the month of February. Tommie Turner read an amazing original poem, “Power.” Her poem also reminds us that as a society…

Black History Month Celebration At Centereach High School

  By Sakib Choudhury On February 29, 2016, Centereach High School hosted a Black History Month Celebration. The night featured everything from empowering speeches to smooth jazz performances. The celebration began with the singing of the national anthem by Isaiah Washington, which was so good that it received three rounds of applause! Following that was…

Black History Essays Celebrate Progress

  Racism in America: The Past 70 Years By David Hatami     “I think there is just one kind of folks. Folks.” This sentence, quoted from Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird, illustrates the true, benign nature of mankind, in contrast to the corrupt racism and prejudice that has plagued the United States, as well…

Stony Brook’s Dr. Watson Gives Inspirational Talk for Attaining Success

By Riah Sharma Centereach High School hosted its annual Black History Month Celebration which was influential and inspirational to all as it has been every year. One of the key speakers during the event has succeeded in bringing encouragement and change within the whole audience. Dr. Jarvis M. Watson, assistant dean for multicultural affairs in…