SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
What Is Juneteenth?
@ 11:45 AM by Juneteenth Planning Committee,
@ 1:30 PM by Linda Salley, AAMBC,
and A Call to Action
@ 2:15 PM
by John Jordan, NAACP
A re-enactment of the reading of the Proclamation declaring freedom for all formerly enslaved African Americans on June 19th, 1865.
Scheduled three times throughout the event, supplemented by a brief overview around this historic day. You won't want to miss this important slice of history!
CHOIR and praise dancers
@12:15 PM Second Baptist Church of Doylestown
Treat your ears and eyes with choral performances from
the Second Baptist Choir, and the Praise Dancers.
mt. gilead Church
@12:45 Pastor David Jackson
History behind one of the oldest Black churches in Bucks County,
which was also a stop on the Underground Railroad.
Acclaimed singer/songwriter Shalom Mukamuri takes the stage with his acoustic guitar and enhances the day with well celebrated Black anthems.
Dr. Monique Gary
on Black Health
Dr. Gary gives us an update and valuable information
on the state of Black health and general well-being.
Historically BlacK Fraternities & Sororities
@ 2:15 PM by Allyson Felder & Donte King
Learn how Historically Black Fraternities and Sororities have helped
define and shape the Black experience
DJ Tone Arm
@11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Enhancing the vibes of the Juneteenth experience is DJ Tone Arm.
Spinning the jams you know and love throughout the event.