Juneteenth 2021: How you can celebrate in your state

By: Alyssa Wilson

After the COVID-19 pandemic canceled in-person events in 2020, this year’s Juneteenth celebrations will be bigger than ever. From Black excellence and promotions of Black business to educational programs and block parties, this year’s festivities will focus on Black history, unity and the continued fight for justice.  

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