The Corpus Christi Juneteenth Coalition is making plans for many activities for this year's Juneteenth Celebrations and we are seeking support and sponsorship from friends, like you, to help make this celebration successful in Corpus Christi, Texas.

2015 Focus: African American Educators: The Corpus Christi Juneteenth Coalition Committee will celebrate the role and achievements of the African American in Education from 1863 to 2015. Please view our 2015 Calendar of Events  for upcoming details of planned activities. 

As we continue making plans for this historical event, your support will be greatly appreciated. Celebrating the legacy of our freedom helps shape our future.  We look forward to your participation.

What is Juneteenth? It's a worldwide celebration! Juneteenth, also known as Freedom Day or Emancipation Day, is an annual holiday, celebrated on June 19 in the United States, and commemorating the end of slavery. The holiday originated in Texas; for more than a century, this state was the primary home of Juneteenth celebrations. More recently, however, its observance has spread across the nation. Read more...>>

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Latest Juneteenth Tribute

  • To Dr. Gloria R. Scott From: Evon EnglishThank you for teaching me so much my dear soror. I appreciate all you have done for the community as a whole and look forward to working ...
    Posted May 31, 2014, 11:43 AM by Texas Techies
  • National Juneteenth Observance History Clubs FROM: Ben HaithWe are proud to announce the establishment of Juneteenth History Clubs nation-wide. Each club will have Savings & Investment Clubs within it's organization that will help ...
    Posted May 31, 2014, 11:39 AM by Texas Techies
  • MSGT Anthony H. Carter - 20 years of service MSGT Anthony H. Carter, Thank for your twenty years of service in the US Air Force.You defended American from the Vietnam Era to 1992.  Your served as a X ...
    Posted May 31, 2014, 11:46 AM by Texas Techies
  • To the late Dr. Will B. Scott From: Gloria R. Scott   To the late Dr. Will B. Scott, whose tenacity and belief in the potential of young African Americans to succeed led him to foster high level ...
    Posted Jun 20, 2009, 8:33 AM by Texas Techies
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