Photos: Paget Primary Black History Museums

February 20, 2018

Paget Primary School students and teachers transformed some of their classrooms into Black History Museums today [Feb 20], celebrating Black Bermudians who have made contributions to the Island, with visitors including family members, friends, school groups and seniors.

Honorees being celebrated included Randolph Furbert, Dale Butler, Malachi Jones, Dage Minors, Dame Lois Brown-Evans, Victoria Pearman, Allan ‘Forty’ Rego, Clarence Hill, Clyde Best, Frederick Wade, Steve Easton, Kavin Smith, various influential Bermudians, and Bermuda pilots.


The students and teachers worked to create museum settings with displays, artifacts and information about a number of Black Bermudians. Each class had researched and studied the honorees, and had student tour guides in the rooms to explain the different displays. Some honorees attended the event and could be seen interacting and talking with the students and visitors.

Student tour guides included Napri Pitt-Gray, Mya Grant, Kennan Jones-Landy, Kse Jennings, Xonti Burch, Nevaeh Tankard, Natalee Moniz, Kemai Clemons, Taylah Smith, Aaryn Wales, Rhome Lowe, K’mori Chamberlain, Azai Dyer, Derek Ingram, Exodus Somner, Janiya Sealy, Zhen Wilson, Ahnayah Ming, Antwanae Simmons, Alaysia Glasford, Aiden Euler, Zalayah Cummings, Dakari Smith-Davis, Sophie Jones, Jayden Symons, and Jordan Parker.

The Social Studies Committee responsible for organizing the event included Chairperson Gina Cann, Erma Nisbett, Ashleigh Cassell, Haley Telford, Monique Paul, Freda Trimm, Riche Robinson, Ethel Liverpool, and Chrystal Bean.

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  1. good point says:

    This is awesome! #moreofthis #please

  2. Hannah Collins says:

    This is sooooo wonderful to see! Paget Primary, dear old school! <3

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