Healing is Activism: A Juneteenth Program

When

Friday, June 19

Where

Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter

Admission

Please join Marcus C. John and SouLBox Entertainment, with Brother Jeff, as we celebrate and honor Juneteenth at the Hudson River Museum. The artists state, “We will be spreading love, light, and positivity through music and poetry, backed by the wonderful and expressive art of the Derrick Adams: Buoyant exhibition. Taking time to enjoy and honor our culture is a form of Activism, as well. Tune in and enjoy!”

Videos will be shared over the course of the day on the Museum’s Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter accounts.

Marcus C. John is an American poet, singer, and songwriter of Grenadian descent. Born and raised in Yonkers, New York, John started an open mic in Yonkers in 2009, which evolved into Soulbox Entertainment, and he published The Book of John: A collection of Poem, Prose and Rhyme in 2018.

Brother Jeff is an accomplished singer, songwriter, and musical producer from Westchester, New York. Brother Jeff brings life to instruments with rhythmic beats and intoxicating melodies to soothe or excite the soul.