It's not a BLACK thing...It's not a WHITE thing...It's the RIGHT thing!
Providing educational activities, programs and resources to people, young and old, to foster unity and harmony within the
community, the city, the state, the nation and the world regardless of race, culture or denomination.
On June 17, 2021 The White House invited Lee to President Joe Biden's Juneteenth bill signing officially making June 19 a national holiday. On that day in 1865, the enslaved African Americans were granted freedom all the way in Galveston.
Dive into the Legacy: Learn, Celebrate, and Engage with Juneteenth History and Programs. Be part of the change and honor our shared past, present, and future.
Opal’s Farm, named after legendary community activist Opal Lee, 92, who had a dream of an urban farm providing farm-fresh, nutritious food for residents of the city, has officially started working the five-acre urban farm east of downtown to address local food deserts and revitalize the health of local neighborhoods. Her desire to help those less fortunate find self-worth and purpose in an honest day’s labor for an honest wage is surpassed only by her desire for people to have access to healthy produce and nutritious food.
There are many Christmas giving programs to help families in need, making sure underprivileged children experience the joy of Christmas. This is a giving program for grandparents who are now raising their grandchildren due to various circumstances. Our primary focus is to provide clothing, shoes, coats, under garments for the children then toys.