In celebration of Juneteenth, James Madison’s Montpelier is hosting virtual programs every Thursday at 7:00 p.m. ET in June.
- June 1 – Stories from Our Land: A Discussion About the Role of the Natural Environment and Landscape in People’s Journeys to Freedom – Register
- June 8 – Stories from Our Grandmothers: An Exploration of the Role Family Stories Played in Sharing the Journey to Freedom – Register
- June 15 – Stories from Our Community: A Discussion with Local Historians and Keepers of Community History about How Black Communities Worked for Freedom – Register
- June 22 – Stories from Our Congregation: An Examination of the Role of Virginia’s Black Churches in Facilitating Freedom – Register
- June 29 – Stories in Our Art: A Discussion About the Importance of Arts for Sharing Ideas of Freedom – Register
For more information, visit the James Madison’s Montpelier site.