Tracy African American
Association, LLC

25TH ANNIVERSARY JUNETEENTH FESTIVAL - JUNE 8, 2019

PRIOR YEARS' TAAA JUNETEENTH SOUVENIR BOOKLET

TAAA Souvenir Book Sample.pdf

PRIOR YEARS' TAAA JUNETEENTH PROMOTIONS


ABOUT JUNETEENTH

Juneteenth is the celebratory anniversary of the date (June 19, 1865) on which black slaves in Galveston, TX learned the Civil War had ended and they were free. (Note: This was 2½ years after President Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation, which had become official January 1, 1863). 

 Upon hearing the good news, slaves celebrated in jubilation with song, dance and food. Since that time, slave descendents throughout the U.S. have carried on the celebratory tradition. Every year, the Tracy African American Association observes and celebrates the end of slavery by hosting its own observance Juneteenth Festival.


TRACY AFRICAN AMERICAN ASSOCIATION, LLC  is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization

P.O. Box 62, Tracy, CA 95376

209.249.6644 VM

Yolande Barial Knight, President

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