LIVE! from the FSC: Juneteenth Third Friday Art & Business Walk
June 18 @ 3:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Be Connected Durham is proud to present our equitable engagement project, the Fayetteville Street Corridor Fellows and its Third Friday Art & Business Walk implementation in the Hayti District. Join us June 18, 2021 at the Hayti Heritage Center/St. Joseph Historic Foundation Inc., from 3 p.m. until 9 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. Face coverings and hand sanitizer will be made available.
The Art & Business Walk will feature a special Juneteenth presentation by Village of Wisdom, a Durham non-profit protecting Black Genius through the love and wisdom of Black parents. Participants will also enjoy the inaugural Slow Art Tour with Gail Belvett, African dance & drumming, live + love music for the People, food trucks, and vendors.
Small Business Stories
Hayti Reborn Project with Dr. Henry McKoy
Black Futures Photobooth with Malcolm Goff
DIY Screen Printing with MacFly Fresh Printing Co.
Children’s Playlist featuring D.a.D and Black to the Future by Pierce Freelon Durham Parks & Recreation with W.D. Hill Mural Artist, Wade H. Williams
Ring in Juneteenth with us at the after-party, The Nappy Luv Festival, a celebration of artistic expression founded by African American Cultural Center student leaders at North Carolina State University. The Festival will take place at Suite Four, 506 Ramseur Street, Durham NC from 9 p.m. until 2 a.m.
Participants may RSVP for LIVE! at https://bit.ly/LIVE-JUNE2021. About Be Connected Durham
Be Connected Durham is a community organization centered in anti-racism. We curate events that address disparities, connect audiences, foster equity, & bridge access gaps using the arts, culture, music and socio-political advocacy as the vehicle for change.