Our theatres are currently CLOSED. Visit us on Facebook, YouTube or Vimeo, or download our Roku & Fire TV channels.

Freedom on Juneteenth

Sunday, July 5, 2020

Also available on Facebook, YouTube and Vimeo

 

To connect to the event via Facebook on any device, go to Karamu House's Facebook page. While you're there, like and/or follow the page. At 3 p.m. EST, the live event will be available at the top of our timeline (or) by clicking videos in the desktop menu. Watch on our timeline or expand to full screen. (Note: you do not need to be a Facebook user to watch this event; however, in order to participate in any online discussion, login is required).


To connect via YouTube on any device, go to Karamu House's YouTube Channel. While you're there, subscribe. Watch on video page or expand to full screen. Note: you do not need to be a YouTube/Google user to watch this event; however, in order to participate in any online discussion, login is required).

To connect via Vimeo on any device, go to Karamu House's Vimeo channel. While you're there, follow us. At 3 p.m. EST, the live event will be available directly from our Vimeo channel homepage. You can watch on the video page or expand to full screen. 

Have any difficulty connecting to the event? Email us at support@freedomonjuneteenth.org for technical assistance.

The country’s oldest African American producing theatre—debuted Freedom on Juneteenth, an original theatrical production and artistic response to the recent murders of Black Americans through music, dance and spoken word, on Juneteenth 2020. It will be rebroadcast on Sunday, July 5 at 3 p.m. EST/12 p.m. PST.


This one-hour production streams on social media, including Facebook and YouTube, and select streaming platforms, including Vimeo, Roku and Fire TV. Immediately following the theatrical program, Freedom on Juneteenth continues with a 30-minute panel discussion with community leaders on the recent developments of the #BlackLivesMatter movement (and the police brutality and murders of African Americans).


Freedom on Juneteenth is designed to celebrate, educate, and activate communities and is presented through the generous support of KeyBank, and through the generosity of Karamu House’s donors and supporters.

 

Written by: Latecia D. Wilson & contributing writers
Directed by: Tony F. Sias
Musical arrangements by: Dr. David M. Thomas

Showtimes

Sunday, July 5 2020
03:00 PM

More Upcoming Shows

Freedom After Juneteenth