By Crystal Clear Communications
Chefs Tarsha Gary and Sheri Raleigh host Inaugural Juneteenth Community Culinary Celebration to honor Black women's contributions to American foodways
By Calvary Presbyterian Church of Detroit
As we remember our history and revel in our unique African and African American culture.
By Belafonte TACOLCY Center
Juneteenth is the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States. On June 19, 1865, the Union soldiers landed at Galveston, Texas with news that the war had ended and that the enslaved were finally free.
By Reader Views
Although Juneteenth is now a national holiday, many state legislatures are passing laws banning the teaching of Critical Race Theory, a framework of analysis challenging the idea that the United States has become a color-blind society.
By AfroSolo Theatre Company
A Juneteenth Celebration - Courage Under Fire: The Liberation of Elroy - Now on YouTube
By Thrive Leadership Institute, Inc.
Join Host Anna Banks for a Special Spotlight on East Orange Business show "Juneteenth – Celebrating Life in Death" – Conversations with John B. Houston of The Cushnie-Houston Funeral Home.
By Saint Louis Story Stitchers
JUNETEENTH EVENT: THE SHELTER PROJECT DEDICATION & COMMUNITY CELEBRATION DETAILS: 12:00-3:00 Covid Vaccines St.
By Parenting Decolonized
Founder and Podcast Host of Parenting Decolonized and Entrepreneur Mom Yolanda Williams invites parents, caregivers and educators to collectively explore abolitionist thinking to reimagine a liberated future for Black children at the Conscious Parenting..
By Montopolis Community Development Corporation
Austin's Montopolis Community Commemorates Storied Past with Event and BBQ
By UKW MEDIA
UKW MEDIA brings you great multicultural family entertainment on ROKU, Amazon Prime, and YouTube during the month of June, starting with Instagram LIVE Q&A's [@ukwmedia] Thursdays @ 7 PM ET / 6 PM CT/ 4 PM PT Thursday, June 10, 2021 – A thoughtful...
By Shero Comics
The campaign, which officially launches on Monday, May 31st, seeks to raise $5k to cover the costs of the fifth and final installment of the girl-power-themed comic series featuring a young black female protagonist.
By AfroSolo Theatre Company
A Juneteenth Celebration Featuring Two Programs on Facets of the African American Experience - Streamed Online Free Of Charge
By Planting People Growing Justice
The inspiring new children's book, "Ghana: A Place I Call Home" by Monica Habia, is set to be released on Feb.1, 2021 in honor of Black History Month. Dr.
By Healing Through the Sound of Music, Inc,
Joy Reid, Host of MSNBC's AM Joy, will provide a special introduction and Mary Pat Hector, nationally recognized youth activist, will moderate a panel discussion after the performance
By DC Media Connection
In celebration of the 155th anniversary of the emancipation of slavery, or JUNETEENTH... Detroit native, Angel N. Livas presents I AM BLACK ... an introspective mini-documentary on the black man's experience with law enforcement in the 21st century.
Visitors Will Learn About the Historic Legacy of Houston's Oldest Public Park on Their Mobile Devices
By The Purpoint Group
Providing The Keys To Closing The Racial Wealth Gap and Creating Generational Wealth