Collection: Juneteenth '24

On June 19, 1865, nearly two years after President Abraham Lincoln emancipated enslaved Africans in America, Union troops arrived in Galveston Bay, Texas with news of freedom. Over 250,000 African Americans embraced freedom by executive decree in what became known as Juneteenth or Freedom Day.

On Juneteenth, we celebrate how far the descendants of those enslaved Africans have come. They didn't know it yet, but they were "Bigger Than Their Struggles"

We Honor Their Memory.