Juneteenth is an annual holiday for Black communities to commemorate freedom from slavery, celebrate Black Joy, and share afrofuturistic visions.
Hear from Black activists and community organizers as they share their radical imagining of a future and present with freed Trans and Queer Black bodies.
6:30 pm – Pre-meeting “pre-funk” chitchat (This is the time you should tell your late friends it’s starting!)
7:00 pm – Welcome: Opening with artistic sharing including Land Acknowledgment and the Black National Anthem
7:15 pm – Panelist/Community Round Table & Discussion on Black Liberation and this political moment for Trans and Queer Black Folx with Q&A
8:15 pm – Closing with artistic sharing
8:30 pm – Black Community Open Mic (Share feelings; share a poem; share visual artwork.)