Juneteenth Jubilee Weekend
Education, Economic Independence, and Community Engagement
The Wright Museum expands and deepens the Juneteenth Jubilee Weekend with presentations that span a range of topics and activities centered around our annual theme of Education, Economic Independence, and Community Engagement.
The Museum will partner with community-based organizations to present a movie screening, a treasure hunt, and a musical concert that spans the genres and generations of Black music from the 1800s until today in celebration of Black Music Month.
The Wright Museum will create and deliver a 5-minute video segment, ‘Echo Freedom’ for Blkfreedom.com, as part of a virtual program of the Juneteenth celebrations called “We the People”.
This presentation is a compilation of 15 historical institutions from across the United States and is based on themes that educate and highlight the African American Journey with an emphasis on Juneteenth.