Salem College group hosts Black History Month Finale Show

Salem College group hosts Black History Month Finale Show
March 08
04:00 2018

On Friday, March 2 students, faculty and staff at Salem College invited the community to witness their annual Black History Month Finale Show.

A culmination of several programs held through the year, the finale show is annually sponsored by Salem’s BADU (Black Americans Demonstrating Unity) organization. This year’s event, held inside the Hanes Auditorium, had enough entertainment to keep the entire family engaged.

The show featured singing, dancing, spoken word and a show-stopping performance from the Carver High School Marching Band.

The highlight of the evening was the awards ceremony. Throughout the event, which was staged like a star-studded award show, students were honored with awards that were named after song titles. For example; the “Cool Like That” Award, the “I Will Survive” Award, the “Get Like Me” Award and countless others were presented to students who stand out on campus.

Since 2015, BADU has hosted the Black History Month Finale Show as a fundraiser and a way to honor students for their achievements and contributions to the Salem Community. This year more than a dozen students were honored during the event.

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