African-American Studies

November 16, 2018 mfunderburg Blog

African-American Studies

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

African-American Studies students with Mrs. Cady-Hardrick, Instructor.

African-American Studies students with Mrs. Cady-Hardrick, Instructor.

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Mrs. Cady-Hardrick served students as they prepared to enjoy some delicious soul food.

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Delicious soul food.

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Scrumptious desserts.

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African-American Studies students.

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Mr. Tony Reddick, Gadsden City Schools Superintendent, interviewed a student who portrayed George “Little Chocolate” Dixon, First Black World Boxing Champion.

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Mr. Kevin Young, GCHS Principal, interviewed a student who portrayed Constance Baker Motley, First Black Federal Judge.

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Mouth watering soul food.

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Superintendent Tony Reddick, Michelle Funderburg, Coach Reginald Huff and Mr. Kevin Young, GCHS Principal.

African-American Studies Students and Superintendent

African-American Studies students and Superintendent Tony Reddick.

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Mrs. Cady-Hardrick and African-American Studies students at 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, AL.

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African-American Studies students at Tuskegee University.

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