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Juneteenth Pride: We Be Intersectional Liberation

Date
Jun 26, 2021 @ 07:00 PM
Time
Jun 26, 2021 @ 07:00 PM - Jun 26, 2021 @ 11:00 PM
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In collaboration with Levitt LA and the Wild Art Party, HOMEplxce will host a virtual Juneteenth Pride Concert on June 26th in the spirit of Queer Black Joy. June is not only Pride Month. It is also Black Music Month and home to Juneteenth. Join us as we celebrate creative interventions for collective freedom strategy at the intersections of Blackness, Queerness, and Gender Variance with communal art-making, oral history, ceremony, poetry, Hip Hop Tribute, special guests, and more. Come as you are–full, whole, and filled with a lifetime of experiences worthy of being witnessed.

 

Location

Online

Organizers

Levitt Pavilion
Wild Art Party

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