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Juneteenth: Resources

Celebrate Juneteenth

Local Events

University of Redlands Juneteenth events

Library Resources

Use the blue Database Passwords button to find user name and password information on Canvas. Please contact a librarian for assistance.

Race in America: History Matters

Washington Post opinions writer Jonathan Capehart speaks with Pulitzer Prize-winning historian and Texas native Annette Gordon-Reed about her new book “On Juneteenth,” the legacy of slavery and the struggles that remain to achieve racial equality.

Juneteenth Media

Local News

Black Voice News: "Solutions-oriented, data-supported, justice seeking reporting from Southern California’s Inland Empire."

The IE Voice

"theievoice.com is the publication where the Inland Empire’s multicultural community interests, concerns, and reporting needs converge."

Juneteenth

Spoken Word

The first 3 poems appear on GetLit; read more about the poets at Archewell "Juneteenth"


 

Juneteenth Jamboree

Juneteenth Jamboree: From a Free Place to Displace

 

"Our show illuminates the significance of the Juneteenth holiday and shares stories about black culture and history."

Juneteenth Jamboree is a 13-episode production of Austin PBS, KLRU-TV.

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