Bullard High School rallies for black history month
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- Students at Bullard High School in northwest Fresno kicked off black history month today with a special rally.
Student representatives joined together to plan cultural events for the month of February.
The idea is to provide high school students with education about African American heritage. Bullard High School Student Advisor Lisa Nichols said, "We're hoping that they will learn more about what black history month is about and learn more about what African Americans have contributed to this country."
Today's event was hosted by B95 Radio Standup Comedian, Andre Covington, and featured special guest appearances from several Fresno State fraternities and sororities.
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