Come close out Black History Month at the King K-8 School in Dorchester!
The show is free and open to everyone as we come together to take part in the final day of the month.
The goal of this performance is to be the first of many events that are centered around trying to bridge our schools to the surrounding communities.
There will be; Spoken word, dance, live music, a dance break, moment for reflection and more.
Hosted by, Amanda Shea
Ronnie T. Thomas
Second Line Social Aid and Pleasure Society Brass Band
Eddie Rip Brimage
Adriel Vincent-Brown (NYC)
Students and Fellow Teachers of the King,
and many more community artists.