Black History Month: Week of February 6

In honor of Black History Month and in recognition of the contributions of ​Black and ​African​ Americans to our democratic society, we will be reading excerpts from ​some of ​their writings during our daily Morning Meetings throughout February.

2/6: Excerpt from Sojourner Truth’s “Ain’t I a Woman?” Full text here.

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2/7: No school. Snow Day.

2/8: Excerpt from Frederick Douglass’ “The Right to Criticize American Institutions.” Full text here.


2/9: No school. Snow Day.

2/10: Coretta Scott King’s speech “We May Yet Not Only Survive, We May Triumph.” Full text here.