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Taken during the Juneteeneth Celebration at the New Orleans African American Museum
Juneteenth marks the United State's second independence day. Although it has long celebrated in the African American community, this monumental event remains largely unknown to most Americans.
The historical legacy of Juneteenth shows the value of never giving up hope in uncertain times. The National Museum of African American History and Culture is a community space where this spirit of hope lives on. A place where historical events like Juneteenth are shared and new stories with equal urgency are told.
Pictured is the Treme Brass Band:
bass drum the late "Uncle" Lionel Batiste; snare drummer Benny Jones, Sr; tenor saxophonists Elliot Callier