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MDUSD Black Family Night Extravaganza!!!
MDUSD Black Family Night Extravaganza!!!

Thu, Aug 25


Mt. Diablo High School (Cafeteria)

MDUSD Black Family Night Extravaganza!!!

Can you say: "BEANS, GREENS, MAC & CHEESE, RIBS, BRISKET, CHICKEN, LINKS!!!!!" With Music, Speakers & Prizes!!! Meet Mt. Diablo Unified School District Educators!!! and Keynote Speaker, Mrs. Holly Tillman

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Time & Location

Aug 25, 2022, 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM

Mt. Diablo High School (Cafeteria), 2450 Grant St, Concord, CA 94520, USA


About the event

We are excited to invite you to the First Annual AAPAC Black Family Night Extravaganza hosted by Mt. Diablo Unified School District's African American Parent Advisory Council (AAPAC), Mt. Diablo USD Black Educators Association (BEA) and the Black Parent Student Union (BPSU).

Get ready to interact with Dr. Francies, of the African American Student Achievement department and the Master of Ceremonies as he brings the "Happy Feelings" of being a part of the black community of Mt. Diablo Unified School District. You'll meet staff members of the district that reflect the representation of our black culture. You will be greeted with respect, love and the capacity to embrace the feeling of family.

"Who's Who in the District"

  • Master of Ceremonies: Dr. Lamont Francies, African American Student Achievement Department
  • Keynote Speaker: Holly Tillman, Parent of MDUSD students and Vice Mayor of the City of Clayton
  • Guest Speaker: Dr. Adam Clark, MDUSD Superintendent
  • Guest Speaker: Keya Lipscomb-Nesbeth, Vice Principal of Riverview Middle School and MDUSD Black Educators Association Treasurer
  • Guest Speaker: Noelle Cummings, MDUSD Parent, Black Parent Student Union Co-Creator and PTSA President at College Park High School
  • Host: Dr. Markell McCain, Principal of Mt. Diablo High School

Some believe that families of black students do not show support for our youth. The belief is that we cannot blend the communities of various economic statuses, upbringings and social history without the intruding siren of stigmas that scream over the simple beauty of our black existence.

AAPAC, BEA and the BPSU are joined at the elbows to show those that do not believe in black unity that we are in fact, not only able to weave our colorful cloth of solidarity. We are also taking action, standing as one unit, building the black community in Strength, Peace, Intellect and Black Power.

Please commit to being our guest of honor as we celebrate Black Excellence and start the school year off with a love only the black community can understand. You will be served barbeque catered by Freddy B's BBQ, listening to the Eighth Wonder spin his "Culturally Responsive" turntables and the opportunity to dance.

This event is for you and your family. Our Guests of Honor. And we want you there so we can all have a "Funky Good Time!!!"

See you on the 25th!!!

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