Celebrations of Culture: Juneteenth at the Jefferson School

Leslie M. Scott-Jones at the Jefferson School African American Heritage Center highlights the role of programming and community at the Center, including their annual Juneteenth celebrations.

Footage Courtesy Of Jefferson School African American Heritage Center, The Daily Progress, TEDXCharlottesville, PBS, and NBC29

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