Friday June 18, 2021
11:00am - 3:00pm

Earvin "Magic" Johnson Park

905 E. El Segundo Blvd. · Los Angeles

Free Event - Limited Space

On June 19, 1865, news that the Emancipation Proclamation had been signed finally reached Galveston Texas, two years after President Abraham Lincoln signed the law in 1863 abolishing slavery. As a result, over 250,000 enslaved people of African descent were freed throughout Texas.

 

156 years later, Juneteenth (June 19) continues to be celebrated as a pivotal moment in the ending of slavery in the United States and symbolizes the on-going fight for justice and equality.

 


 

Supervisor Holly J. Mitchell’s Juneteenth Celebration & Resource Fair on Friday June 18 is a FREE community event honoring the history of Juneteenth with vital resources and services, music, food, fun activities and much more!

All are welcomed! To confirm your attendance register here.

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Earvin "Magic" Johnson Park
905 E. El Segundo Blvd. - Los Angeles

(Entrance at El Segundo Blvd & Wadsworth Ave. )

Free Event - Open to All - Must Wear Mask

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Food Trucks!

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Music!

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Fun Activities & Giveaways!

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Guest Speakers & Performers!

On-Site Services

The following services will be available on-site.
You must register to attend in order to select the services you would like and to receive additional information.

Free
Vaccinations

Record Expungement

Tenant
Protection

Immigration
Rights

Register Here!

There is limited space, register to confirm your spot.

Participating Organizations and Businesses

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Thank You to Our Sponsors

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Honoring our History, Serving our Communities and Celebrating Joy