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The Show Up

Inspired by this very virtual (and very weird) new normal, The Show Up is a livestream series for creators to connect with each other and their fans. Join us every week to share a moment of inspiration and togetherness. Everyone is welcome, come back here to stream directly or check out our YouTube page where we'll be […]

Communication in the Black Lives Matter Era: a Virtual Panel

Join us to discuss how communicators can navigate and address the call for meaningful action in support of the BLM movement. As the movement for racial justice dominates the new and social media, communication experts are leading on important decisions that will have a long-lasting impact on brands and society. Our panelists will discuss topics […]

Juneteenth: State of Our Community

State of Our Community Join us for a conversation about the state of our community within public safety and policy. The discussion will focus on how we can bring solutions to the table.Meeting DetailsJoin By Computerhttps://us02web.zoom.us/j/3964289272Meeting ID: 396 428 9272Join By PhoneDial In +13126266799 Meeting ID 3964289272# Our Panelists Include:Avis Ridley-ThomasExecutive Director/Co-Founder Institute for Nonviolence […]

CRYPTO & RACE: Juneteenth Blockchain Open Mic

CRYPTO & RACE: A national open mic to commemorate Juneteenth ***Stay tuned for login instructions*** To commemorate Juneteenth, the National Policy Network of Women of Color in Blockchain is collaborating with industry leaders to organize a national conversation about crypto & race.It will be an open mic to discuss where we go from here. Learn […]

Boston’s 10th Annual Juneteenth Emancipation Observance 2020 (VIRTUAL)

Boston's Juneteenth Committee presents the 10th Annual Juneteenth Emancipation Observance THE BOSTON JUNETEENTH COMMITTEE AND THE MUSEUM OF THE NATIONAL CENTER OF AFRO- AMERICAN ARTISTSPresents10th ANNUAL JUNETEENTH EMACIPATION OBSERVANCENUBIA: A SHARED VISION A SHARED COMMITMENT*AIRING ON BNN AND LIVE STREAMING ONLINE*FRIDAY JUNE 19TH, 2020VIRTUAL LINKS WILL BE SENT VIA EMAILBNN (COMCAST 23, RCN 83, VERIZON […]

Building Resilience: The Path to Moving Forward

A discussion on coping with and healing from the psychological chains of Juneteenth to today. Hosted by Black Professionals at WarnerMedia, this discussion will take a deep dive into the psychological impact of our experiences from Juneteenth to now.This discussion will feature Van Jones, Omar Jiminez, and Dr. Candice Hargons. The Zoom code to attend […]

Beyond Resilience – Tulsa, Juneteeth & the Importance of Black Stories

Tulsa, Juneteeth, & the Importance of Black Stories - Joining the M4BL National Call to Action The Movement for Black Lives is planning a national call to action to coincide with Juneteenth/Emancipation Day in the U.S. This is also the day that the #45 was planning on hosting a rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, the site […]

4th Annual Juneteenth Reading Conference

Powered by S.T.E.A.M, the 4th Annual Juneteenth Reading Conference celebrates freedom and the power of S.T.E.A.M education. Juneteenth, also known as Freedom Day, Jubilee Day, and Cel-Liberation Day, is an American holiday celebrated on June 19. On June 19, 1865, the Emancipation Proclamation— which had been issued on January 1, 1863— was read to enslaved […]

Enough is Enough Virtual Conference

A Response to the Police Brutality in encounters with black men, women and children Join together on Juneteenth toexplore the source and consequences of police brutality and its impact on the life of black American families,recommend long-overdue solutions, and develop a plan of action.Panelists areKathleen Jennings, Delaware Attorney GeneralNnamdi Chukwoucha, Legislator in the Delaware General […]

Juneteenth: Our Stories, Our Truth

This Juneteenth (June 19, 2020), Our Stories, Our Truth will feature black and African American veterans, service members, military families Minority Veterans of America was built as a space in which minority veterans could come together to share in connection and to fight for justice for our collective communities. Along the way, we have built […]

Juneteenth Day of Healing

Join Black Girls CODE for a Juneteenth celebration centered on Black joy, creative expression, and healing. Juneteenth is about freedom. Now more than ever it is important the conversation about Blackness is not solely centered on our death, our suffering, or our pain. We are so much more. We are boundless. We are wild seeds, […]

The State of The Black Community – Killeen

The State Of The Black Community - Killeen Greeting family!We would like to welcome you to IBCC Juneteenth Celebration, The State of The Black Community - Killeen. This powerful 2020 Juneteenth Celebration marks 155 years outside of U.S. recorded Africans in America Slavery. This Juneteenth will have a historical special guest, Hon. Marcus Mosiah Garvey […]

Juneteenth 2020: Stay Black and Live

Juneteenth 2020: Stay Black and Live is a virtual Juneteenth festival based in Austin, TX. Juneteenth 2020: Stay Black and Live is a virtual Juneteenth festival. A collaboration with several Black organizations in Austin’s historic East side (G.E.A.Y.A., Six Square, CarverMuseumATX, Carver Library, and Jump On It), this year’s Juneteenth celebration emphasizes not only the […]

The Healing Project & Restoring Justice: Circle for Justice

Restoring Justice invites you to participate in a Healing Circle on Juneteenth to "heal the healers." Social and racial justice work can be rewarding but also draining. Recently, we have been overwhelmed with stories of our community being abused and violated by the police, DA, and others charged with protecting our communities. Not only do […]

Juneteenth Celebration: HBCU Storytellers Film Screening & Zoom Townhall

Juneteenth Celebration: Meet the Next Generation of Leadership The HBCU Storytellers invite you to attend a special virtual Juneteenth 2020 Celebration taking place on the Zoom online platform. Please RSVP to join us and you will receive confirmation zoom and film links. FREE AND WELCOME TO ALL.400 Years Later...`free•ish, Part III. Confederate Monuments: Heritage or […]