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June 19th is celebrated and commemorated in the United States as the anniversary of when enslaved persons in parts of Texas first learned of their liberation in 1865.  Juneteenth, as this annual event is named, is observed in Boston and all over our nation in a festive and poignant way with food, art, music, dance and remembrance of the history of slavery and freedom. 

This day of reflection resonates now more than ever as a confluence of pandemics disproportionately impacts communities of color in the United States.  People of all races, cultures and backgrounds can experience Juneteenth commemorations by attending virtual events hosted by some of Boston's most iconic museums and organizations or by visiting civic landmarks along Boston's Black Heritage Trail.

Black-Owned Businesses

Support Black-owned restaurants & other businesses in Greater Boston.

Black Heritage Trail

Walking tour explores history of Boston's 19th century African American community.

Museum of African American History - Now Open

Museum of African American History is ow open! The Museum is committed to providing a safe...

Black Gems Unearthed

Black Gems Unearthed is an educational video series about Black History of Massachusetts. We bring...

Reflecting Attucks

Reflecting Attucks is a new temporary exhibit exploring the live and legacy of Crispus Attucks, a...

The Mural Project

Learn about local artists-in-residence cultivating hip-hop culture through street art. As...

City of Boston - Black & Brown-Owned Businesses

The Office of Economic Development mission is to ensure that residents of color can share equally in...

Boston African American Historic Site

Comprised of the largest area of pre-Civil War black owned structures in the U.S.

Boston Black Hospitality Coalition

Aims to preserve the few gathering spaces for the city's many black residents.

Black Owned Bos.

A platform and resource to highlight and lift Black owned businesses, places, spaces and the people...

Black Economic Council of MA.

Advancing the economic well-being of Black businesses, organizations that serve the Black community...

NAACP, Boston Branch

Ensures the political, educational, social, & economic equality and rights of all persons and to... gets inspiration from the work the first Africans that set foot in Boston...

GBCVB Multicultural Committee

Our mission is to showcase Boston as a world-class destination for all ethnicities.

See Boston with new eyes

All Inclusive Boston

Experience a side of Boston you’ve never known before. A Boston that’s multicultural and brimming with vibrancy.