The rain couldn’t dampen the spirit or the smiles that vibrantly lit up the Ronald Tutor Campus Center Ballroom during the Black History Month “family reunion” event Friday afternoon.
“It’s a beautiful sight to see everybody, have everyone together in celebration of what has been a wonderful Black History Month,” USC President Carol L. Folt said. She mentioned the naming of Allyson Felix Field, Nikole Hannah-Jones’ visit to Bovard and the MLK in Los Angeles exhibit at USC Fisher Museum of Art as highlights of the USC’s Black History Month observance.
The “family reunion” event — moved indoors at the last minute due to inclement weather — capped off this year’s celebration that centered around the theme of “Reclamation Through Resistance, Rebirth Through Reconciliation.”
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