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Juneteenth at Tulane - Libations, Reflection, Spoken Word, and Music

Uptown Campus

Join Us to Observe Juneteenth June 18th from 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm on the Uptown Campus and in NOLA

Tulane will host a Juneteenth celebration on Friday, June 18th from 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm on the uptown campus. The event location has been moved to the Richardson Building (Building No. 5), room 117, due to expected inclement weather. A reception will follow the event in the Center for Intercultural Life's mulitpurpose room, which is across the hall.

Activities will include:

  • Opening remarks and libations (Carolyn Barber-Pierre)
  • Singing of the Black National Anthem, Lift Every Voice and Sing (All - Copies will be available)
  • What is Juneteenth? (Dr. Mia L. Bagneris)
  • Ancestral Way – Using What Our Ancestors Taught Us (Dr. Jinaki Flint)
  • Spoken Word (Ra Malika Imhotep)
  • Closing Music and Celebration (Casa Samba)

We will have food and beverages after the event. Looking forward to seeing you there! Please check out and uplift Juneteenth events in New Orleans as well – see this link.

Office of Equity Diversity and Inclusion (EDI)

For more information contact: Anneliese Singh via email to anneliese@tulane.edu
Tickets are Not required