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Juneteenth Virtual/In-Person Celebration (Day 1 of 2): Health Disparities & Black Owned Businesses
Jun 17 @ 10:00 am – 11:15 am

Juneteenth Virtual/In-Person Celebration (Day 1 of 2)

For DAY 2 event information, click HERE.


PART 1 In-person or virtual


PART 2 Virtual ONLY



For DAY 2 event information, click HERE.




Juneteenth Virtual/In-Person Celebration (Day 2 of 2): RACIAL INEQUITIES: SOCIAL JUSTICE AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE REFORM Event – Jackson
Jun 18 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm


While the names of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor are well known after this past year, sadly these incidents are not new. Local law enforcement and community leaders will discuss racial inequities and calls for social justice and criminal justice reform.

Date: Friday, June 18, 2021
Time: 10:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. • Doors open at 10 a.m.

• Daniel Mahoney, Jackson County Commissioner
• John Willis, Chief Equity Officer, City of Jackson

• Hakim Crampton, Director of AMEN 4 Youth
• Derek Dobies, Jackson City Mayor
• Pastor James Hines, Lily Missionary Baptist Church
• Elmer Hitt, Chief of Police
• Jerry Jarzynka, Jackson County Prosecutor
• Mike Jester, Blackman-Leoni Township Director
of Public Safety
• George Lyons, Attorney at Law
• Jazmyn Ragland, Jackson College Graduate &
U of M Dental Student
• Gary Schuette, Jackson County Sheriff
• H. James (Jamie) White, Attorney, White Law PLL




Typically, the Juneteenth Celebration is a yearly event held in beautiful Downtown Jackson Michigan every 3rd Saturday​ in June. It recognizes Michigan’s state Juneteenth holiday which honors the singing and implementation of the 1863 emancipation proclamation and also commemorates the time two years later when all American Citizens were truly freed by presidential executive order.

This multicultural event is filled with history, food, education song, dance and good old fun for all ages. And it manages to showcase our city’s strong commitment and continued effort to live and work together to honor our past, embrace our present and strive for a better future. Follow the Jackson Juneteenth Page HERE.


Juneteenth Celebration – Albion
Jun 19 @ 10:45 am – 8:00 pm
Juneteenth Celebration - Albion

Juneteenth Albion

Free  Holland Park

10:45 AM – 8 PM

Albion will be celebrating Juneteenth in Holland Park on June 19th. We have a whole day of exciting things planned starting City Hall for a photo so come at 10:45 a.m. Next, we’ll walk in a parade (or you can drive) to Holland Park.
There will be a dedication of the Park and the dedication of the new pavilion. There will be a Health Fair with 10 health care departments. The health department will be giving Covid-19 vaccine.
If you haven’t been vaccinated, bring your driver’s license, or other ID, and please stop and get it. There is no charge.
There will also be several vendors this year with clothes, books, candles, hair products and many more things as well as several information booths with answers to your questions.
Walk the Beat will provide entertainment, there will be 3on3 basketball, jazzercizer, kids story tent, and many other games for kids and adults. We will have food trucks too this year.
At 5:00 we will have our yearly GOSPEL FEST where we will praise God and thank him for his goodness and mercy towards us.
Come join us for a day of togetherness and fun.
South Side Summerfest Series (Juneteenth Edition) – Jackson
Jun 19 @ 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm
South Side Summerfest Series (Juneteenth Edition) - Jackson

Event runs from Noon-6 pm at Elnora Moorman Plaza, on the corner of Milwaukee and High Streets in Jackson.

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