Stay Black and Live

Friday, June 19, 2020 I 6:00–10:00 PM

Film screenings, raffle prizes, free food, dance party, poetry, and music

Streaming live on Instagram, Facebook, Youtube, and Twitch

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Event Schedule

5:30 pm      Meal distribution starts at the Carver Museum parking lot
6:00 pm      Stay Black and Live livestream kicks off with the Black National Anthem by Kristin T, a multi-denominational sermon by Rev. Daryl Horton, and a special welcome message from City Council Member Natasha Harper-Madison
6:20 pm     Our Wildest Dreams Juneteenth documentary screening
6:40 pm      Freedom Desk: Musical performance by Mélat
6:50 pm      Freedom Desk: Musical performance by NOOK
7:10 pm      Freedom Desk: Spoken word performance by KB
7:20 pm      Freedom Desk: Spoken word performance by Stephanie Lang
7:30 pm      Freedom Desk: Spoken word performance by Joe Brundige
7:45 pm      Freedom Desk: Musical performance by Anastasia
8:00 pm      Freedom Desk: Spoken word performance by Ebony Stewart
8:10 pm      Freedom Desk: Musical performance by EimaraL Sol
8:30 pm      Freedom Desk: Musical performance by RAS
8:50 pm      Freedom Desk: Musical performance by Queen Deelah
9:10 pm      Raffle and auction winner announcement

Lineup

Update: You may now tip any of our performers by clicking on their image to open their bio page, and then clicking on their Venmo or Cash App icon!

melat
6:40 pm — Musical Performance

Mélat

nook turner
6:50 pm — Musical Performance

Nook Turner

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7:10 pm — Spoken Word Performance

KB

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7:20 pm — Spoken Word Performance

Stephanie Lang

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7:30 pm — Spoken Word Performance

Joe Brundidge

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7:45 pm — Musical Performance

Anastasia

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8:00 pm — Spoken Word Performance

Ebony Stewart

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8:10 pm — Musical Performance

EimaraL Sol

RAS
8:30 pm — Musical Performance

Riders Against The Storm

queen deelah
8:50 pm — Musical Performance

Queen Deelah

Freedom Arrives in Texas

…the 19th of June wasn’t the exact day the Negro was freed. But that’s the day they told them that they was free… And my daddy told me that they whooped and hollered and bored holes in trees with augers and stopped it up with [gun] powder and light and that would be their blast for the celebration.”

Haye Turner, former slave