STUCK AT HOME (TOGETHER)
We join Americans around the country in celebrating Juneteenth, a holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the U.S.
This year, Juneteenth is especially important, as the country grapples with centuries of anti-Black violence, discrimination and marginalization. Read the statement we released on June 5 here.
The arts give us a way to make sense of difficult experiences, exploring them with the power that creative expression offers. We invite you to join us in commemorating and celebrating Juneteenth by sharing your own reflections on this important day, be it through images, music, language, or another type of art or craft form that inspires you. Thank you for your contribution.
Thoughts about equality are rolling in from around the world at Daily Haloha. This is an important day to reflect and grow, celebrate and imagine a world of true equality and equity.
Some time ago subjugated individuals in Galveston celebrated after the declaration. The next year, freedmen in Texas sorted out the first of what turned into the yearly festival of "Celebration Day" on June 19. Early festivals were utilized as political professional english assignment help conventions to give casting a ballot directions to recently liberated slaves. Early freedom festivities frequently happened on January 1 or 4
Make. Share. Reflect.
Our Community Forums are a place for us to contribute our ideas, thoughts, and feelings about these strange days through creativity, plus respond to what others are sharing in the conversation.
Don’t forget, creativity takes many forms! From doodling to gardening, poetry to photography, writing to singing, and everything in between. They all help us get to know more about the real you. And we can’t wait to hear!
Host Your Own Creative Social
We’ve put together a step-by-step plan you can download that makes it easy!
Stuck at Home (together)!
We'll let you know when new Creativity Challenges are available, along with other tips and updates we have to share!