On February 19, 955 visitors of all ages were on hand for Black History Month Family Day. Admission to the annual event was free and featured a wide variety of well-attended activities.
First row (left to right): Among the performers were members of the Ma’Frisah dance group from UR’s Pan-African Student Association. Fifth and sixth graders from the Frederick Douglass Club of Rochester gave an historical presentation. Sorority sisters from Sigma Gamma Rho, Inc., hosted a display table that featured a Black History Month Jeopardy game.
Second row (left to right): In the auditorium, visitors enjoyed storytelling by Eunice White and a dance presentation by the SUNY Geneseo Ghana Project Association. Debora McDell-Hernandez, MAG community programmer, was interviewed by WROC TV-8.