Reclaim Juneteenth

JUNE DINNER

Wilmar, AR, a small community of about 500 people, is home to one of the largest Juneteenth celebrations in the country. The celebration in Wilmar is affectionately known as June Dinner. People from all over the country converge on this community to celebrate family, love, and emancipation of enslaved people in America.

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Author of Everyday Prayers for Servant Leaders and Montongo Roads #WEOC Rural woman who writes.

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Andrea D. Price

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Author of Everyday Prayers for Servant Leaders and Montongo Roads #WEOC Rural woman who writes.

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