FRESNO, Calif. - Thursday marks the start of Black History Month and a Southwest Fresno school is celebrating with their 4th annual Black History Program.
Gaston Middle School Black Student Union (BSU) is hosting the program to jump-start the activities for Black History Month. Student representatives from BSU have collaborated to plan the cultural events for the month of February.
The event will give Gaston Middle School students the opportunity to enjoy a culturally fun-filled program which will include a performance of the Black National Anthem at the start of the event and more.
You can catch Gaston Middle School's 4th annual Black History Month Program Thursday night at six. Tickets are on sale for two dollars and you can buy them at the door.
And as an added bonus food trucks will also be on site.
Students in Fresno prepare for a big performance in honor of Black History Month