National Juneteenth Museum



About Us

Juneteenth (June 19, 1865) is a pivotal moment in American history that changed the course of African Americans and had a monumental impact on the economic and social future of our country.

As an epicenter for awareness and preservation of Juneteenth history, the National Juneteenth Museum represents the natural progression of the continuum that was established to ensure the American tapestry includes the significance of that fateful day in 1865.

From the pursuit of physical freedom to today’s discussions of equity, justice, peace and unity for all, the museum will serve as a place to share the historic path of the once enslaved, making it a destination for tourism and collaborative education.

Rep/Contact Info

Mya Lewis
Executive Assistant
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