On June 19, The Robert Randolph Foundation will present the Juneteenth Unityfest, featuring musical performances, inspiring remarks, films, comedy, storytelling, and appearances by civic leaders and influencers. An event to celebrate the multicultural experiences that unites people of all backgrounds while amplifying the many narratives of the Black experience in America.
On June 19th, The Robert Randolph Foundation will hold a special, nationwide Juneteenth celebrated dubbed Juneteenth Unityfest. The streaming event will feature guest appearances and musical performances from Robert Randolph, Black Pumas, Dave Matthews and Carter Beauford, Khruangbin, and more.
Inaugural Juneteenth Unityfest to Feature Robert Randolph, Black Pumas, Dave Matthews, Nile Rodgers, More
Juneteenth Unityfest, a livestreamed multi-city event celebrating Black culture and the Juneteenth holiday marking the end of slavery in the United States, will take place on June 19, kicking off at 5 p.m. eastern.
The Robert Randolph Foundation to Host Juneteenth UnityFest, a Nationwide Live-Stream Event Celebrating Black Culture
On Juneteenth of this year, the Robert Randolph Foundation will present a multi-city event that will serve as a platform for charitable grassroots organizations and diverse voices in the community to commemorate the breadth and depth of Black culture and its historical significance on this important day.
After a long and hard-fought battle with COVID-19, our beloved pastor and friend, Bishop Omar Jahwar has been called home to the Lord.
The Heal America tour has traveled all around the country but Wednesday night, the initiative focused on Jackson.
Bishop Omar Jahwar is the leader and organizer of the tour. He is battling the coronavirus in the hospital, so Jackson State University’s Head Coach Deion Sanders stepped in to moderate.