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Second annual Black Excellence Exposition @ WKU


The second annual Black Excellence Exposition provides a stage for black voices, through the students of Western Kentucky University. The event features Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., Essence in Harmony, Bowling Green #blacklivesmatter, and members of the WKU Forensic Team performing song, spoken word poetry, dramatic readings, and a step performance. Part of the WKU Forensics mission is to provide a platform for voices who want to be heard, who need to be heard. Note: some performances may contain mature themes some find inappropriate for children.

Credits: the students played in the auditorium Kirk Franklin’s “Do You Want a Revolution,” (1998, B-Rite, Interscope) which remains in the video (over-dubbed for cleaner audio). All other published content is credited by the performers in the video following speech competition standard practice.

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