(Score: 6 out of 10) Karoake Night — During a karaoke night, three sorority pledges have to torture the people in the audience as part of their initiation rights.
“So many of our African-American students don’t know where they come from.
All they are taught is slavery, the servitude side only,” Bradshaw said.
(Score: 2 out of 10) Black History Month — The black cast members try to talk about the contributions of black cast members over the course of the show’s history, but Kyle Mooney and Beck Bennett keep interrupting and whitesplaining Black History Month to the black cast members.
(Watch Here) (Score: 3 out of 10) As the show was short on comedy highlights, I give you this, a terrific musical performance from Halsey, where she does an entire painting during the course of singing a song (if you aren’t familiar with Halsey, Mat, ask your daughters.)
Take a look at the many camps, classes, performances and other interesting events to beat out boredom and keep everyone in your house entertained during winter break, which runs Feb. 18 through Feb. 22 (not counting the weekends that fall before and after).
“They need to know that we were great long before slavery.
Thursday, Feb. 21 will allow for a review of the museum's wildlife dioramas and then a mask-making break for preschoolers, then older kids can come by Friday to explore the dioramas then make a snow globe.
25A, Cold Spring Harbor), kids can make their own homemade ice-cream treat -- just be sure to bring warm gloves -- on Feb. 19-20 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Guests can celebrate Black History Month with an introduction to artist Jean Michel Basquiat during "Create with a Crown" (11 a.m., 3 p.m. Feb. 19-21; $4 with admission), catch live music by Brady Rymer and the Little Band That Could (11:30 a.m., 2 p.m. Monday, Feb. 18; $9 with museum admission, $12 show only) or see a puppet-driven performance of Aesop's Fables (pictured; 11:30 a.m., 2 p.m. Feb. 19-23.
We built a country with our blood, sweat and tears, and the strength of our ancestors is why they can be great today.
I teach math, but I’m woke and I plan on waking up every student that comes through the halls of MMS.”
(Watch Here) (Score: 2 out of 10) Women of Congress — On the one hand, it’s cool that SNL is covering all the women in Congress!