The Juneteenth Legacy Project

Absolute Equality for All

Our aim is to recontextualize Juneteenth as a pivotal moment in the arc of U.S. history

Art Installation +

Storytelling Space

The massive art installation and storytelling space, “Absolute Equality,” will be completed and dedicated on June 19, 2021 in Galveston at the genesis of Juneteenth.

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About the Artist

Reginald Adams

Reginald C. Adams is a world-renowned artist engaged in creating public art installations in historic and underserved communities across the United States. 

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HOW YOU CAN HELP

You have several unique opportunities to become part of history by helping to support “Absolute Equality,” an art installation to be built in Galveston—the birthplace of Juneteenth.

All the Latest Updates

Our Newsroom section is designed to provide access to the latest news, information, and story material related to the activities of the Juneteenth Legacy Project. 

Get to Know Juneteenth Legacy Project (Team)

The Juneteenth Legacy Project’s leadership represents a diverse group of national and Galveston area activists, historians, policymakers, and philanthropists.

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For additional information, contact info@JuneteenthLegacyProject.com.

 

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