M. Long: I learned a lot of things about the history of blacks. Mr. Chamberlain talked like he knew Richard Wright personally. He talked about people that I haven't heard of or thought I knew about. He gave me lots of information that I can use in the future.
J. Scott: Mr. Chamberlain did a fine job on his presentation. The plaster sculptures brought the characters to life. He said many facts that I did not realize. There are many unsung heroes who are African-American. He helped many of us students by making us more aware of their accomplishments.
T. Endsley: I was amazed by the numerous topics Mr. Chamberlain spoke of. Once he was telling us about his knowledge of ions and things dealing with science; then he would tell about historical people and events. I was impressed by his artwork. Also, I hope I can read the other books by Richard Wright mentioned by Mr. Chamberlain.
M. Bratcher: Mr. Chamberlain did a great job of speaking and I think that maybe he should speak again next year if you can convince him to.
M. Clements: Mr. Chamberlain had many interesting points and I enjoyed listening to him. The thing that I enjoyed most was his bust of Malcolm X.
A. Campbell: Mr. Chamberlain, in my opinion, kept a good audience when he was speaking to us. He really made me think.
B. Laulibuh: Before yesterday, I had not looked upon the African-American community as I do now. They have a very unique background and their history is very distinct. Although I am not African-American, I found the things he had to say very moving.
N. Evans: I learned more about the history of African-Americans that I would had in one month. I hope that you will be able to come next year and share with the new 8th graders.