In wake of the darkness that the murders in South Carolina has left on the Black community across the country, many chose to come together in the spirit of freedom for a celebration of Juneteenth. The festivities began with a Juneteenth open house at the MFA continued with celebrations and demonstrations at the Afro-American Art Museum and concluded with the annual cookout at Franklin Park.
— Petty Wap (@SenoraErica) June 18, 2015
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— Charles C. Yancey (@CharlesCYancey) June 22, 2015
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