Opal’s Walk for Freedom

Fair Park 3809 Grand Avenue, Dallas

  On Wednesday, June 19th, Ms. Opal Lee will complete her annual 2.5-mile walk @ the African American Museum of Dallas to recognize the 2.5 years it took for the […]

Juneteenth: 159 Years Later, State of Black Affairs

Busboys and Poets 2004 Martin Luther King Junior Avenue Southeast, Washington

Juneteenth: 159 Years Later, State of Black Affairs Join us for insightful speeches at Busboys and Poets where Washington DC icon Rev. Willie Wilson and Professor John Brittain will shed light on the current State of Black […]

Speaker Series | Ayo Handy-Kendi: “Juneteenth Freedom Sagas: A Breath-Shop”

The President Woodrow Wilson House 2340 S St NW, Washington

Ayo Handy-Kendi Experience "Juneteenth Freedom Sagas," a one-woman, in-person, story-performance and “breath-shop,” which re-enacts the ending of enslavement and liberation for American Blacks, during D.C.’s Emancipation Day, April 16, 1862, […]