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Juneteenth Celebration – FREE Admission

Brand-new Indiana African American Historical Sites Interactive kiosk to be Unveiled

In honor of Juneteenth, the Indiana Historical Society (IHS) will launch a new interactive kiosk dedicated to Indiana African American historical sites and offer free admission on Saturday, June 15, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center.

In addition to free admission, guests that day will be among the first to access the new interactive kiosk, which offers a compilation of details about African American historical sites in Indiana. Originally designed as a website, the information is now accessible via touchscreen to those who visit the Indiana Historical Society.

The research for the kiosk was compiled by Robin Winston, president of the Winston/Terrell Group, one of the largest minority-owned government relations, public outreach and community affairs firms in the nation. A major portion of the research work was completed and designed by Ms. Von Watts of 8393 Creative, a minority and woman-owned creative nonprofit organization empowering youth through creativity, character building and entrepreneurship. The kiosk is a contribution of The Charlitta and Robin Winston Family Fund for African American History. Their fund has helped defray the costs of several activities designed to highlight the contributions of African Americans in Indiana.

Juneteenth is celebrated annually to commemorate June 19, 1865, the date that the last group of enslaved African Americans were freed by federal troops as a result of the Union victory in the Civil War. It is notable that members of Indiana’s 28th Regiment of Colored Troops served in Galveston, Texas, and were there on Juneteenth. Celebrated for over a century, Juneteenth was officially recognized as a federal holiday in 2021.

Juneteenth Celebration – FREE Admission

Jun 15, 2024 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center,
free parking in IHS lot off of New York Street.
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