The celebration of Black History month is underway in Frenchtown.
As dozens gathered inside the Lawrence-Gregory Community Center. Listening to song and dance while hearing motivational speakers talk about the importance of youth. And how they can make a difference in today's community.
"Each generation is designed and has a divine purpose to go higher in life. To elevate the community as well as themselves as individuals. That's why history is so profound because it takes us to higher heights," says Gregory Grady.
The event was free and open to the public. It featured song and dance from the F.A.B.U.L.O.U.S. Step/Dance Team and Black on Black Rhyme
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