In 2020, 155 years later, and in the face of police brutality, the prison industrial complex, and continuing racial injustice, this Juneteenth comes with an even more impactful message.
Join us this Juneteenth, a day historically meant to celebrate freedom, even though we’re still fighting for it. This protest is to be held in Black love, light and solidarity✊🏼✊🏽✊🏾✊🏿
All are welcome 🔊
We are organizing games for the kids, speakers, performances and programming. Families are encouraged to bring their own grills, food and snacks.