3rd Annual Ypsilanti Juneteenth Celebration

Parking lot behind Puffer's Red 107 Ferris St., Ypsilanti, Michigan

The Ypsilanti Juneteenth main celebration will be on Saturday June 17, 2023 from 11-9 p.m. held in the parking lot behind Puffer Red's in downtown Ypsilanti. There are a line up scheduled events starting on June 16  ending on June 18 that will feature activities for the youth, live performance, food, vendors, and informational tables where we will be with the Elbert Williams Voting Corner for its first tabling event. This event you do not want to miss, so come out and stop by our table!

29th Annual Ann Arbor NAACP Juneteenth Celebration

Wheeler Park 200 Depot St., Ann Arbor, Michigan

Come out and participate in A2-NAACP Juneteenth celebration event will be held on Saturday, June 17, 2023 from noon to 6p.m. at Wheeler Park in Ann Arbor.

Elbert Williams Voter Engagement Day

October 15, 2022 was the first ever Elbert Williams Voter Engagement Day, in memory of the very first NAACP member in this country to die fighting for civil rights. During his 31 years, he lived (and died) for the the ability to walk about this earth without being targeted because of his skin color, to […]

Respect the Roots Podcast TV Show

guest on Michigan Liberation's Respect the Roots Podcast TV Show! TV show where staff members of Michigan Liberation, sponsors, partners, and their guests have open-minded, real, and transparent discussions on various topics centered around ending the criminalization of Black families and communities of color in Michigan. The TV version is airing on Xfinity Comcast (Channel […]

AACHM Ujamaa Panel feat. Leslie McGraw and other local business owners

Kwanzaa Discussion Join Leslie McGraw and friends for: A Million Dollarz Worth of Game: Black Business Panel Discussion on Whether Group Economics Is Reality or Fantasy This event will be hosted live at the AACHM main campus at 1528 Pontiac Trail, Ann Arbor, from 6 pm to 7:30 pm

Back To Top

Welcome to my world. Find information about my poetry and writing, social media business, and the exciting new Voting and Justice Corners inspired by my great grand uncle and slain Voting Rights Activist, Elbert Williams.

Where to find us