NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — Historical past is coming alive for Black Historical past Month in Antioch at Ezell-Harding Christian Faculty.

College students dressed up as iconic figures from historical past, bringing their tales to life on the fourth-annual “dwelling museum.”

“They needed to analysis their individual that was assigned to them, write a paper after which consolidate that paper into an elevator pitch about this well-known African American,” stated Decrease Faculty Principal Charity Vinson. “Right here at Ezel Harding, we’re very various. As a part of that range, we be taught from one another. So it is essential for us because the educators to be sure that college students find out about our historical past — African American historical past — but additionally they be taught from one another.”

Contributors have been wearing a wide range of characters like Diane Nash, Rosa Parks, Simone Biles, Amanda Gorman, Black Panther and whilst Vinson.

“That is my fifth 12 months [with the school], it is my final 12 months. However I’m the primary African American principal of this faculty. So this implies a lot to me to be honored on this means. I am really honored,” Vinson stated.

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