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  • Olivia Leigh '23

BSU Leadership’s BHM Playlist


The BSU members and leadership with Mayor London Breed, inviting everyone to celebrate Black History Month.


Spanning everything from jazz to gospel to rap, and even indie, Black music was and remains an integral part of Black culture. Undoubtedly, music is a central part of Black History month, boldly expressing pride and empowerment, and honoring our past, throughout the celebratory month of February.


BSU leadership compiled a playlist of the 2022-23 BSU Leadership team’s favorite songs for Black History Month. Pulling from everything from the Billboard to film soundtracks, our songs range from spiritual to danceable, political to confidence-boosting. Enjoy!



“BROWN SKIN GIRL”- Beyonce, WizKid, SAINt JHN, Chloe Ovbiagele ’23


“The Key” - Tems, Reann Phillips ’23


“Glory” - Common, John Legend, Andre Ignoffo ’24


“Alright” - Kendrick Lamar, Mia Delaney ’23


“One Wing”- Jordin Sparks, Msgana Keleta ’23


“Doo-Wop (That Thing)”- Ms. Lauryn Hill, Olivia Leigh ’23


“Rise Up”- Andra Day, Raven Shaw ‘23


Celebrate Black History Month with us at the BSU Showcase on February 25th!



Olivia Leigh '23 is a Vol. 71 Managing Editor

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