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Juneteenth Celebration June 19

Join us in celebrating freedom at our Juneteenth event held in Natick Center.
The day begins with The Natick Historical Society and Natick for Black Lives Matter co-hosting the fourth community reading of Frederick Douglass’ speech, “What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?” from 10 – 11 am on the front steps of the Morse Institute Library.
This will be followed by an event on the common beginning at 1 pm that includes speaker Rev. Dr.  J. Anthony Lloyd Pastor, from Greater Framingham Community Church, with performances by The Drum Nomads, Crocodile River Music. There will be activities and food available for purchase. 
The event on the common will be followed by the showing of local director Zadi Zokou’s film Black N Black at the Common St. Spiritual Center at 6 pm.
Juneteenth - June 19 from 1 - 4 pm, Natick Common,

*Schedule subject to change