June 19th is the day to celebrate the complete emancipation of slavery. Juneteeth falls on a Friday this year and here is how you can celebrate:
Here's a look at Juneteenth, also called Emancipation Day, by the numbers: What is Juneteenth, and where is it celebrated? (via CNN)
COVID-19 is easily spread. Be smart and safe this summer.
Celebrate Juneteenth by Ordering in from Local Black-owned Restaurant or Bar
Most are reopening safely and most are on popular food delivery apps.
In the Community
Juneteenth Virtual Walking Tour
Enjoy a self-guided tour of over 20 landmarks, many of which were built in the early 1800s
An online destination for Juneteenth celebrations to unite in offering a platform for art, history, education, commerce, and a shared vision to make Juneteenth a national holiday. Our virtual festival will be taking place on Thursday, June 18, 2020.
Examine The Trouble History of Slavery
An Exhibit by the Durand-Hedden House & Garden Association Inc. in consultation with South Orange-Maplewood Community Coalition on Race
Take A Moment
Take some personal time to reflect.. then look forward. Make a wish. Make a plan. Write it down.
#NewarkStrong X #VirtualNewark
Virtual Background-Newark history of community activism
Workplace Guides + Resources
7 Important Books for Building an Anti-Racist Workplace (Reading List)
Letter to Employers about Police Brutality (Template)