This June, gather your family around educational programming that celebrates black voices and uplifts black joy. Our friends at Northwest African American Museum are offering a wide range of virtual events with options for all ages and opportunities to learn and grow as a family.
Head to NAAM's website for programming ranging from Interactive Storytime, conversations among Black museums from across the country, Youth Night, and much more.
MORE JUNETEENTH RESOURCES
- 10 Children's Books Celebrating Juneteenth
- Kids' Books to Celebrate Juneteenth
- 17 Ideas for Teaching About Juneteenth - WeAreTeachers.com
- Honoring and Celebrating Juneteenth | from New Victory Arts Break - Our friends at the New Victory Theatre have put together a wonderful series to engage the whole family in honoring and celebrating Juneteeth thorough art, drama, poetry, and community.
- Celebrating Juneteenth | From the National Museum of African American History & Culture - Want to know more about Juneteenth? Learn from Lonnie Bunch III, Founding Director of the National Museum of African American History and Culture, as he leads a tour through our Slavery and Freedom exhibition to celebrate #Juneteenth
- Observing Juneteenth in 2020 | from PBS - Parents, guardians and educators check out this resource if you want to learn more about the historical context for today’s conversions around racism, freedom and the long shadow of slavery. There is even a video geared towards children as a part of this resource.