Embracing one’s culture, history and understanding another are just a few contributing factors that can bring unity in a community. The 5th Annual Multicultural Black History Program was a phenomenal presentation that truly brought everyone together. The audience young and old were able to connect with history through each presenters character they represented such as, Harriet Tubman, Michael Jackson, Tina Turner, Mary Mary and Milton Proby just to name a few.
The event was a platform to not only showcase his or her talent but to bring awareness of how far we have come as a people, as a culture and as a community. I especially enjoyed the music, poems and songs that came forth ,they were entertaining, enlightening and inspiring!
Lets not forget how exciting it is to be honoured in front of your peers that you’ve grown up with and those that have watched you grow. Tony Exum Jr. we celebrate you yet again for blessing us with your time, talent and your continuous giving to the Colorado Springs Community and the surrounding areas.
My Black Colorado would like to thank One Body Entertainment for hosting this great and impactful event. Also for being dedicated to the children, the families, and to the community . The Annual Multicultural Black History Program has educated and helped more people than you may know; to not only embrace their uniqueness, but to become the greatest version of themselves. For 5 great years you have made a large contribution to the Colorado Springs Community through your ability to serve. It takes a village to raise a child Therefore, it will take a community to help build more events, programs, and businesses to the forefront that celebrates, edifies and recognize not just history, but Black History.