ROSELLE — In honor of Black History Month, students at Charles C. Polk School in Roselle decorated classroom doors around the school in the colors of traditional African-American colleges. Students were responsible for researching the schools in order to gather as much information as possible. Each collage accentuated the positive aspects of each college as well as notable African Americans who attended. The school pictured – North Carolina Agricultual & Technical State University – is home to esteemed graduates such as the Rev. Jesse Jackson and TV personality Terrence J of BET fame.
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