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Gather for Juneteenth to honor those who endured slavery and seized freedom on Brattle Street, their living descendants, and the long history of Black freedom activism in Cambridge and beyond. This free, all-ages event will feature a community gathering with speeches by living descendants, Juneteenth # Pop-Up Poetry, A Denise Plays Hard Event; music, historical displays, family activities, and catered refreshments.

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Social Activity, Solo Activity, In Person, Outdoor

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beginner-friendly

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