Black History Month: Mont Rose College decorates campus and holds activities to further the conversation
PUBLISHED: 10:05 14 October 2020 | UPDATED: 10:05 14 October 2020
Mont Rose College is proudly celebrating Black History Month throughout its Gants Hill campus and are holding activities to initiative conversations and further develop students knowledge on the topic.
The school has decorated their Mont Rose House campus with Pan-African flags and colours and have displays throughout the school.
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The green in the flag symbolises the natural wealth of Africa, the black symbolises black people and the red portrays the bloodshed for liberation and unity, with the yellow representing the sun.
A spokesperson for the school issued the statement: “We want to provide a diverse and welcoming learning environment to all of our students, therefore knowing the upmost importance of why we celebrate Black History Month is a priority to us.”
The college is also holding virtual activities throughout the month to engage their students on the topic and continue the conversation.
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