Watch Now: Juneteenth: Let’s Take It Outside Virtual Town Hall co-hosted by Black Voice News and Conservation Lands Foundation on June 19.
“Juneteenth is significant because it marks the time the last of the enslaved learned they were free. That news literally was the difference between a life of freedom or bondage. As a legacy news platform, it is our mission to empower our community through information and this Town Hall was the continuation of an important conversation on access to all our shared public spaces.” Paulette Brown-Hinds, PhD, Founder of Voice Media Ventures and Publisher of Black Voice News
A recording of the Town hall is available to watch here:
We invite you to share this Town Hall conversation with colleagues, staff, friends and family and we look forward to continuing the deeper conversations and actions that are needed to create a future where access to public lands and outdoor spaces is equitable and welcoming for Black, Indigenous and all people of color.