There are several options for you to take part in Juneteenth celebrations in the 901. Outdoor and physical gatherings have put into practice COVID-19 guidelines and prioritize safety. Weary about being in public? That's okay! Don't skip the party, join in virtually!
This event is IRL, Sunday, June 21 4 p.m. – 8 p.m. at Old Cowan Road Park.
- temperature checks for each vehicle upon arrival
- handwashing station
- sanitation station with gloves, masks, and hand sanitizer.
A number of vendors for food, fashion, etc, games for kids, guest speakers, and activities to unify the community.
Juneteenth Trash Pick Up
Friday, June 19, 2020 at 4 p.m. – 6 p.m.
Food will be provided to anyone picking up trash on Old Austin Peay and parts of Stage Rd. Child care facilities within walking distance are available too.
Donations accepted go towards community outreach programs from OHC, LLC.
Dress code is BLACK, RED, and GREEN
Memphis Caravan Tour
Tours depart from the Bus Parking Lot @ the TN Welcome Center 119 N Riverside Dr., Memphis TN 38103
- Your own vehicle
- Your mask, and a mask on anyone you bring with you in your car (you can bring whoever you can fit in your car and are comfortable being in close-quarters with).
- A smart device – phone or tablet able to receive text messages
- Bluetooth capability or an auxiliary cable so you can hear the tour through your vehicle’s speakers
- Read and agree to waiver statement (We’ll send to you upon agreeing to attend).
The “My Black Receipt” begins on Juneteenth, June 19 through Independence Day, July 4.
Participating is simple, buy Black, upload your Black receipt, and your purchase is added to thousands of others buying Black on these dates!
Are you ready to show your Black Receipt? Check it out online!
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