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Juneteenth Celebration: Songs of Liberation, Freedom and Disability Awareness

  • 06/14/2023
  • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Zoom Link Provided upon Registration


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The People’s Music Network will honor and celebrate Juneteenth with our second online community art performance event on Wednesday, June 14, 2023. 

We have invited musicians and poets to share poetry and songs of Liberation, Freedom and Disability Awareness in honor of Juneteenth.  We've particularly sought out pieces that speak to the struggles of people fighting for a better world, free from war, poverty, racism, and all forms of oppression.  We're prioritizing inclusion of artists with disabilities who are physically unable to attend the many in-person Juneteenth events taking place that same week and artists of color.

Juneteenth is a holiday of social inclusion.  Last year on June 20 was the first time this historical event was observed as a federally recognized holiday.  

Free YouTube Livestream



Wednesday, June 14, 2023, 7:00 – 9:00 PM (ET)

How to Participate

You can also view the full program on the livestream (see above).  To be part of the audience on Zoom, press the "Register" button.  As a member of PMN, you may register for free, or register for a small donation to get the Zoom link.   Registered performers and audience members receive an e-mail message containing the Zoom Meeting link immediately after they register.


1. Angie Whitehurst "Juneteenth" (Pre-Recorded)

2. Lindsey Wilson "There’s More To Being Free" (Live) www.lindseywilsonmusicnow.com/a-little-bit-about-lindsey

3. SK Kelly "Welcoming Peace Into Our Hearts - guided meditation" (Live)

4. Steve Jones "Juneteenth" (Pre-Recorded)

5. Carl Adams "Story of Nance - student video" (Pre-Recorded) www.pchs.my.canva.site/students-celebrate-nance

6. Jendog Lonewolf "Black People: the Love Story" (??) www.jendoglonewolf.com

7. Steve Williams "History of how Juneteenth became a holiday" (Pre-Recorded)

8. Jane Sapp "Yes I Want to Remember" (Live) www.janesapp.org

9. DC Labor Chorus *We Did Not Come This Far*(Pre-recorded)

10. Nia Sinclair *Love You Right Again*(Live) www.linktr.ee/nima_clair

11. Lyn Ford "The Ant and the Chrysallis" (Live) www.storytellerlynford.com

12. PJ Green-Young "" (Pre-Recorded)

13. Aaron Nigel Smith "Reggaebility" (Pre-recorded) https://aaronnigelsmith.com/

14. National Presbyterian School in Northwest D.C Fifth Grade Class "Will I Ever Be Seen?" (Pre-Recorded)

15. Vera Anderson "In A World Where Black Lives Matter" (Pre-Recorded)

16. Joanie Calem "Freedom Quilts" (Live) www.joaniecalem.com

17. Al McCray "A Change Is Gonna Come" (Pre-Recorded)

18. Pierce Freelon "My Body" (Pre-Recorded) www.piercefreelon.com

19. Lawrence Moore "Won't Give Up" (Live)

20. Chris Owens "White Lie" (Pre-Recorded) www.oledude.rocks

21. Margaret Kelly and Nicky Kaider "Imagine" (Pre-Recorded)

22. Azubike Aliche, DSW, LICSW, LCSW-C "Guided Meditation as closure, followed by Gary" (Pre-Recorded)

23. Gary David Allard "Hold On - Keep Your Eyes on the Prize" (Live)

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