One Hundred Black Men of new york presents


Virtual village Juneteenth Teach-in

JUNE 18TH | 11AM-2PM

Join us in connecting with leaders of all ages throughout the tri-state area, as well as special guest presentations on the history of Juneteenth, what it means for the past, present and future of our nation and, most importantly, the role you can play right now.

Speakers include:

Jamal Joseph

Jamal Joseph

Actor, activist, filmmaker, Columbia University professor, and co-founder and Artistic Director of IMPACT—a Harlem-based youth theatre company.

Michele Jones-Galvin

Michele Jones-Galvin

Community service leader, descendant of Harriet Tubman and co-author of Beyond the Underground: Aunt Harriet, Moses of Her People.

Tickets are free and space is limited. Save your spot and receive your virtual event access information by signing up today.

Freestyle Your Freedom Creative Contest

Win special prizes by expressing yourself on

Here’s how it works:

1. Create a dance, song, drawing, poem or any other style of art that expresses freedom.
2. Post your creation to TikTok and tag our account by June 6th, 2021.
3. You’ll be entered to win special tech gadgets and gift cards.

Winners will be announced at the JuneTeach event, and their pieces will be featured.

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