STAMFORD—This year Trinity Catholic High School launched a Black History Month celebration with the theme, “A Journey Through Soul.” All month long teachers have been celebrating Black History through various lessons and activities.
February 28 was a special day, bringing the entire school community together to share in “A Journey Through Soul.”
The highlights of the day included food, music, dance, and presentations on culture featuring Kimberly Wilson, a world-renowned one-woman play extraordinaire.
Craig Kelly was featured in the library as a walk-through exhibit. He has the largest collection of slave artifacts on the East Coast.
The day also featured soul food from Aunt Viv’s Catering. Students had access to a live demonstration as well as the opportunity to sample the best of the African American soul food. In addition, Aunt’s Viv’s food truck was available during all lunch waves. The Eagle Academy for Young Men of Harlem ended the day be sharing their sounds of African djembe drumming. This highly interactive show had everyone on their feet.