East Los Angeles College celebrates, explores Black History through dance, music, spoken word

By Cortez Cruz Serrato The third annual Black History Project celebrated Black culture with dance, music and spoken word last Thursday at the S2 Recital Hall. Performances by jimbe drummer John Beatty, Roberto Chavez’ jazz band, Gospel singer Phillip Brandon and Jazz Antiqua exhibited the wide range of African and Latin- American performing arts. East Los Angeles College adjunct dance professor and Black History Project founder Wanda-Lee Evans found it…

March 21, 2015

Black History Continuum presents rich culture and heritage

  By Cynthia Laguna The Black History Continuum at East Los Angeles College spread the message of unity and love through a mixture of various arts in the S2 Recital Hall last Thursday. The event, which was named “A Mirror at the Crossroads of the Americas,” involved spoken word, music, dance, visual arts and poetry to convey impactful messages that Africans have made across the Americas. Viver Brasil sang the…

March 13, 2014