SCOTCH PLAINS – Throughout the month of February, the Multicultural Literature classes at Union Catholic High School in Scotch Plains provided a visual perspective on the great impact of African-Americans on American culture. Each student completed a research paper on African-Americans who have been honored or recognized for accomplishments in society utilizing the school’s online library sources. Students were then asked to create a postage stamp for the individual they were researching to generate a visual component for the project. The stamps were used for the oral presentation section of the project and then displayed at the front entrance of the school to raise awareness among the larger Union Catholic community. (Photo courtesy of Union Catholic High School)
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