Soulful celebration

African Soul International member Jewel Jackson invites students up to dance for a freestyle dance moment Feb. 8 on the University Quad. African Soul International teaches traditional dances, songs, stories and rhythms of various African regions as way to preserve the best of African culture. The event was in celebration of Black History Month. / photo by Jaysin Brandt
As part of the Black History Month opening ceremony, African Soul International teaches students traditional dance and songs from various parts of Africa, Feb. 8, 2019. Jewel Jackson (pictured front) brought students up to dance with them before having a freestyle dance moment. / photo by Jaysin Brandt

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