This third and final episode in the series, looks at our future by hearing the voices of three African American student leaders in Charles County Public Schools. Kai Fountain, Daylin Harrison, and Zinaida Morfaw talk about their experiences, their perspectives, and their hopes for what's to come.
A special thank you to these amazing students for giving up time from their classes to participate in this interview and share their powerful voices. Also thank you to Shelley Mackey, Charles County Public Schools' Director of Communications and Media Relations and Diane Roberts, Principal at Westlake High School for working hard to make this interview happen!
African American History Month: A Reflection and Celebration on Charles County’s Past, Present, and Future: Join Charles County Government as we recognize African American History Month with this 3- part podcast series. Each week, we will speak with leaders and members of the African American community to focus on a different aspect of Charles County’s history, current events, and plans for the future.
African American Heritage House
National Pan-Hellenic Council
AAHM Youth Leadership
Additional African American History Month podcast
Black Leadership in Charles County: Roundtable Discussion
AAHM: A Conversation