Video Feature: We Speak
A collection of student acts called “We Speak,” celebrating Black History Month and sponsored by the Black Students Alliance (BSA), is held annually on the Carleton campus to commemorate Black History Month. Each year, Carleton students perform acts that relate to African American history and issues. Past “We Speak” shows have featured dance, vocal, dramatic, and poetry performances. Carleton media relations videographer Dan McAlister '13 interviews Beserat Kelati '12 (Houston, Texas) and Robert Mills '12 (Chicago), BSA board members, about the student organization and the purpose of "We Speak" as an event.
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