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The poet, playwright, and educator Carl Hancock Rux has programmed a suite of engaging events in Manhattan for Juneteeth: Following a wide-ranging conversation about the Emancipation Proclamation and modern-day slavery with Charles M. Blow at Harlem Stage on Thursday, this Sunday Rux presents an immersive light and sound installation at the Park Avenue Armory, drawing on the work of novelist and filmmaker Archer Aymes. Then, that evening, he directs I Dream a Dream in Hearst Plaza, a commission comprising original songs by Gordon Chambers, Vernon Reid and Hendryx, and Lynn Nottage, as well as a “deconstructed National Anthem.” A Silent Disco Dance Party overseen by DJ Belinda Becker caps off the night.
On June 18 and June 19, the Weeksville Heritage Center in Brooklyn hosts the Juneteenth Food Festival, which puts 20 Black food vendors (and their gloriously varied cuisines) into joyful communion. The day also includes a marketplace of Black-owned goods, educational activities, and performances from a lineup of all-Black queer and trans DJs curated by Papi Juice (on Saturday) and the Soul Summit collective (on Sunday). The Schomburg Center Literary Festival returns to Harlem this year with a robust lineup of activities and events, among them a rooftop happy hour on Friday; an opening procession led by the Harambee Dance Company on Saturday morning; and talks with the likes of Roxane Gay, Mecca Jamilah Sullivan, Abiodun Oyewole, and Akwaeke Emezi. Also in the offing are children’s readings, yoga and meditation sessions, writing workshops, and book signings.
Longer necklaces are a great option for summer layering, especially with simple linen dresses. Try a long pearl necklace paired with a choker and stud earrings to keep the look from being overwhelming. More is always more—consider a pearl necklace that’s not just one strand but two or three. There’s something extravagant about these options, so try them for a fancy night out. Ease into the pearl trend in a low-stakes way—via pendant necklaces with just a touch of the precious gem. These options are great for mixing in with everyday staples like a tee and jeans. It has been about a year since President Biden signed a bill making Juneteenth—which commemorates the emancipation of slaves in the United States—a federal holiday; and as June 19 approaches, it brings with it all manner of compelling things to watch, listen to, and do. Not sure where to start? From sprawling festivals to TV specials and live musical performances, here are seven thoughtful ways to ring in the holiday weekend across New York City. Stretching over three days, this year’s Juneteenth NY Festival kicks off on Friday with a series of virtual panels on “building up health and wealth” within the Black community, led by representatives from Sun River Health, LiveOn NY, New York State of Health, and other leading organizations. In-person events in Brooklyn follow on Saturday and Sunday, among them a Festival Food Market with offerings from Black-owned restaurants, a kids’ basketball clinic hosted by the Brooklyn Nets and the New York Liberty, and a fashion exhibition foregrounding emerging Black talent.
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