Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Remembering Dr. King

Students from fourteen Boston Public Schools paid tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. last week at the district's annual MLK celebration at John Hancock Hall. The theme of this year's celebration was One Voice: Igniting Change, Transforming Humanity, with students from kindergarten through high school displaying their talents in poetry, singing, instrumental music, dance and other performing arts to commemorate Dr. King's legacy. Pictured here are students from the Marshall Elementary School in Dorchester. See coverage on Fox-25 Boston.

1 comment:

May said...

I am a student at a BPS high school and watching that special on Channel 24 was very moving and showed another side to BPS students and how creative and bright we truly are