Photo: Dancers step and twirl white cloths during a traditional African dance.
Photo: A chorus gathers to sing "Goodbye Song" by Cynthia Erivo.
Photo: Camille Wyatt dances a solo to "This Bitter Earth" by Dinah Washington.
Photo: Yenny Giron interprets Jacqueline Woodson's poem, "The Great Migration."
Photo: Kayla Melendez recites "Without Freedom Still," a poem written by Raymond A. Foss.
Photo: The Robinsons gather around the couch to reflect on their family history.
Photo: De'Andre Johnson belts a tune while the Sankofa cast dances along.
Photo: Roshawyna Chambers and fellow cast members hit the high notes of "It's a Family Affair," by Sly and The Family Stone.
Photo: Ingrid Ellis, Mariama Kanteh, and David Diouf present an interpretation of Gil Scott Heron's poem, "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised."
Photo: Che Moorhead sings a rendition of "Grandma's Hands" by Bill Withers.
Photo: Afro Pop dancers swing to the beat of Burushaga.
Photo: Vera Afenyo imparts the message of Margaret Burroughs's poem, "The Beauty of Black."
Photo: Alanna Sibrian struts across the stage as she performs "On the Radio" by Donna Summer.
Photo: Geovany Rivera leans back as he belts "Disco Inferno" by The Trammps.
Photo: Pastor De'Andre Johnson conducts the choir as they sing a gospel medley.
Photo: The Sankofa cast grooves to the beat of "Lose Control" by Missy Elliot.
Photo: Abby Russell, De'Andre Johnson, and Camille Wilson hold hands as they sing the song "Family," from the motion picture "Dreamgirls."
Photo: Yenny Giron and Faith Bentley model traditional African clothing.
Photo: Sankofa concludes with the traditional singing of the Black National Anthem.
Catherine Lo. Hi guys! I'm a Blair student still figuring out the ins and outs of school and life. When I'm not taking photos, I like to sleep. And eat. And sleep some more. More »