Black History Oratory Contest
Some of the area’s top public speakers are still in high school. As part of our Continuing Community Commitment, WJZ sponsors the Black History Oratory Contest.
Inspirational stories at Sunday’s Black History Oratory Contest. For years, WJZ has been a proud sponsor of the event.
Kai Jackson talks to Jane Marvine, Jane and A.J. Ali and Tracey Baskerville. He also announces the 2013 Black History Oratory Contest.
As part of our Continuing Community Commitment, WJZ celebrates Black History Month. Our own Kai Jackson was the emcee for this year’s oratory contest at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum.
Celebrating Black History Month. Sunday, students spoke about the importance of education while competing in WJZ’s Black History Oratory Contest.
From a civil rights leader to a poet to a journalist. Inspirational messages were heard at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum on Sunday as 20 students competed for scholarships.