Music, Dance, Drama and LenORATORS dazzled a crowded cafeteria on Tuesday, February 23rd for the 2016 Black History Production. Students in grades 2 and 5 performed traditional music pieces. Hip-Hop A performed a liturgical dance piece to John Legend's Roll Jordan Roll. Spaced between performers featured members of the LBS's Public Speaking and Oration Club presenting pieces to be done at the Theodore Gibson Oratorical Contest. Then to conclude, students from the Drama Club performed a piece on the Hallowed Grounds of Miami specifically Liberty City and Overtown. Through the journey, students learned about the creation of Liberty Square. This dramatic work hailed the many contributions of local Civil Rights Leaders, including Mr. Kelsey Pharr. Students learned about the importance of Virginia Key Beach as the "Black Beach" in Miami. Tour guide, Shalome, ended the production with a famed warning "Those who forget the past are doomed to repeat it." We share history not as yoke of fear but as an ornament of great pride.