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Celebrate freedom in America this weekend at a Juneteenth event. Juneteenth is Sunday, June 19th and there are multiple activities to check out. 

 

This year Metro-Detroit Black Business Alliance is hosting a 3 Day Juneteenth Freedom Weekend in Detroit. Head to Eastern Market Brewing Company on Friday between 6pm and 10pm for a Rythm and Art Block Party. Attend the Juneteenth Jubilee Stroll along Livernois Avenue of Fashion on Saturday between 12pm and 6pm and on Sunday party at Freedom Fest at Eastern Market’s Shed 5 from 12pm to 6pm.

 

Friday, June 17th

Inkster Juneteenth Celebration

 

Saturday, June 18th

Madison Heights Juneteenth Celebration

Pontiac Juneteenth Street Festival

Southfield Juneteenth Celebration

Romulus’ 3rd Annual Juneteenth Celebration

Hazel Park Juneteenth Celebration

Juneteenth In West Bloomfield 

Juneteenth Fireworks (Flint)

 

Sunday, June 19th

Juneteenth Event @ Redford Summer Festival


LEARN ABOUT JUNETEENTH

Juneteenth commemorates the last group of American slaves learning they were free in 1865. The holiday is the perfect opportunity to celebrate freedom in America and discuss the nation’s history and present with your family. Expand your home library and buy (or borrow from your local library) books about Juneteenth. Support black owned bookstore and shop at Detroit Book City (Southfield)Sources (Detroit) or Black Stone (Ypsilanti).

 

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About Danielle Smith

Danielle Smith lives in Livonia with her partner, 4 kiddos (two boys and two girls) and two rescue dogs. She is a Metro Detroit Realtor and a student at Madonna University. She loves listening to podcasts, vacationing with her family, and cooking.

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