Reveal of mural and opening of history museum marks June 19 celebration
For the first time since it began being celebrated in Jacksonville, this year’s Juneteenth event will take place in the downtown Jacksonville plaza for community members to gather and celebrate the now official holiday.
NAACP President Polly Williams said the organization plans to celebrate the holiday and recognize a prominent African-American figure from Jacksonville with the dedication of a new mural.
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