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Virtual Career Fair
For many years, Juneteenth has been celebrated mainly by Black Americans and only recognized in 46 states as a state holiday. Leaving a lot of opportunities untapped, but more so the true meaning of Juneteenth should be a national pride because it’s a great milestone in the history of America. Subsequently, the Festival is organized to create awareness of what Juneteenth really means, creating a roadmap for a national recognition and a way to celebrate the significance of freedom.
June 18th to 19th
Freedom Virtual Panel Discussion
The freedom discussion series will feature prominent panelists and evaluate the context of freedom and prosperity in today’s climate for Black America.
The reception highlight is to award scholarships to deserving African American students attending HBCU’s.
The Freedom Career Fair will provide training and career opportunities for job seekers to some of the nation’s largest and recognizable brands and corporations.
The Freedom Concert is our musical celebration of Juneteenth in a way that will tap into a national audience and thus creating a social experience. This will be a catalyst for real change. The concert will be streamed nationally.
1 Friday AM
2 Friday PM