GLIDE Celebrates Juneteenth

 At GLIDE, we sing, we dance, we laugh, and we celebrate together, with storytelling being vital for our recovery and empowerment. On Juneteenth, as families, especially Black families, come together, opportunities emerge to raise up stories of African American culture, voices, and community. Juneteenth, also known as Freedom Day, gives space for the reverence of elders and spirituality. It provides time to reflect on the past, imagine the possibilities of the future, and elevate Black joy as an expression of affirmation, resistance, and renewal.