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The Speakeasy

APUSH students participated in the annual Speakeasy as part of their study of the 1920s.

APUSH students participated in the annual Speakeasy as part of their study of the 1920s.

Viraj Gandhi '19

APUSH students participated in the annual Speakeasy as part of their study of the 1920s.

Viraj Gandhi '19

Viraj Gandhi '19

APUSH students participated in the annual Speakeasy as part of their study of the 1920s.

Viraj Gandhi, Video Reporter

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The AP U.S. History class hosted its annual Speakeasy party in early March. Students were required to dress up as celebrities from the 1920s, and then mix and mingle in character as if they were at a 1920s Speakeasy.

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Viraj is a 11th grader at FWCD. He is an editor and videographer.

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