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Burlington Celebrates Juneteenth 

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Amber Arnold, left, and Naomi Doe Moody in the Black Healing Village set up at Champlain School
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A panel discussion at the Fletcher Free Library about building an equitable food system in Vermont
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Artwork on Fletcher Free Library
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Members of Jeh Kulu Dance and Drum Theater performing at Flynn Elementary School in the New North End
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Mayor Miro Weinberger speaking
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Charlie D. Megeso, right, embracing Mark Hughes, executive director of Justice For All, during the Gospel Brunch in City Hall Park
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Mark Hughes (left) and Charlie D. Megeso
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A gospel brunch in City Hall Park kicked off Burlington’s Juneteenth celebration.
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Rishona Phillips reacts to the spoken word stylings of artist Joe Mac
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Spoken word artist Joe Mac performing in City Hall Park
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Joe Mac doing his thing
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Dr. Christopher Von Cockrell, pastor of the New Alpha Missionary Baptist Church, speaking at the gospel brunch
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Evelyn Walton looking at historical black ephemera on display at the Black History 101 Mobile Museum at Flynn School
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James Moore accepts a plate of Ethiopian food provided by A Taste of Abyssinia. Right is Alganesh Michael, the owner, and her daughter Lydia Ambaye.
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Amber Arnold, left, and Naomi Doe Moody in the Black Healing Village set up at Champlain School

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