Wednesday, April 8, 2020

Photo Story: BYU celebrates black history month with perspectives event

Written and compiled by Emily Andersen with photography by Hannah Petersen

Perspectives was a celebratory event for Black History month that allowed BYU students to express different views of the world and get to know new perspectives. As part of the event, President Kevin J Worthen offered a public apology from BYU for anonymous comments at a recent black immigration panel.

Speakers and Performers

The event included various types of performances, including poetry readings, dance performances, historical readings, solos and a gospel choir.

Fashion Show

About halfway through the event, there was a fashion show emphasizing cultural dress from many different parts of the world as well as the individuality of BYU students.

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