Updated: Feb 10
Come through to uplift and celebrate Black lives! The event is taking place on June, 19th, 2020 this Friday, which is a holiday called Juneteenth also known as "freedom day" and "Jubile Day". On this day African slaves still incarcerated were told they would finally be free two years AFTER that the emancipation proclamation law had passed. To us this day represents LOVE, freedom, and a coming together in honoring our ancestors and descendants of slavery.
There will be Live music, catering, and arts from all black creatives. Please come thru and support!
Sponsored by JUST water, Ponty Bistro, Field Trip Harlem, Sprayground and others .