How You Can Celebrate Juneteenth 2023

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Happy Juneteenth! If you are looking for ways to celebrate and support the efforts and contributions of the Black community, here is how you can celebrate Juneteenth 2023.

Support Black Businesses

Supporting Black companies that give back is a fantastic way to celebrate Juneteenth. Here are a few companies to consider. 


Note: descriptions of companies are taken from the company’s website.

Mr. Jason Wilson is the founder of the Cave of Adullam Transformational Training Academy, a comprehensive resource for healing boys, mending men, fortifying families, and cultivating a community worldwide. He is also the author of Battle Cry and Cry Like a Man


For decades, Jason Wilson was losing the internal battle that men wage daily but was never taught how to win. Battle Cry will teach men how to wage and win the war within themselves—unlearning society’s definition of masculinity and empowering them with the mental and spiritual tools needed to live freely from the good in their hearts instead of their fears.


Shop with Mr. Jason Wilson to support him in his endeavors

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Since 2005, The McBride Sisters’ mission has been clear – to transform the industry, lead by example, and cultivate community, one delicious glass of wine at a time. If you love wine, you can shop the McBride Sisters while supporting a company that gives back through their SHE CAN Professional Development Fund.

A lifetime friendship, shared values, and an immeasurable love for coffee & tea serve as the foundation for BLK & Bold Specialty Beverages. Co-founders Pernell & Rod created this company with the desire to unite coffee and tea lovers worldwide through a common interest in investing in the community, specifically for the youth. 


BLK & Bold pledges 5% of its proceeds to nonprofit organizations across America that are aligned to pouring into children the confidence, exposure, and guidance for them to be the best version of themselves.

Jungalow started as a design blog in Justina Blakeney’s tiny, plant-filled living room in 2009 and has since grown into a lifestyle brand and the go-to source for jungalicious design goods and inspiration. 


They have joined forces with Trees for the Future, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to plant Forest Gardens to provide families with sustainable food sources, livestock feed, products to sell, fuel wood, and a 400% increase in annual income in four years. Every product you purchase with Jungalow plants two trees. 

Support Black-Centered Nonprofits

Another way you can celebrate and support Juneteenth is to give to organizations, foundations, or nonprofits that aid the development of the Black community. Here are a few organizations to consider. Remember, descriptions of each company are from the company’s website.

The mission of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH®) is to promote, research, preserve, interpret, and disseminate information about Black life, history, and culture to the global community.

Founded in 2006, the African American Leadership Forum is a collective of institutions and individuals that serves as a community innovation accelerator. AALF empowers Black communities to imagine and create an equitable future for themselves. The organization’s ultimate goal is to manifest a world in which Black excellence thrives in all its forms through breakthrough collaboration and coordinated action.

Black Women For Wellness is committed to the health and well-being of Black women and girls through health education, empowerment, and advocacy. Some of their goals include:


  • Increasing accessible, appropriate, and affordable health services that positively impact the health outcomes for Black women and girls.
  • Provide health education and information on strategies to prevent illness and to maintain and restore health.
  • Build Black women and girls’ personal, communal, and political power within California by influencing public policy, organizing, and outreach.
  • Train speakers for panel discussions, academic lectures, and organizational programs on all aspects of Black women’s health.
  • Refer women to culturally sensitive health providers and counseling services.
  • Expand the capacity of our leadership to direct resources and validate Black women’s and girls’ experiences.

The Cave of Adullam Transformational Training Academy (CATTA) is an initiative of The Yunion, a nonprofit organization based in Detroit, Michigan., under the leadership of Mr. Jason Wilson. 

CATTA’s vision is to be a comprehensive resource for healing boys, mending men, fortifying families, and cultivating a community worldwide. 


Their mission is to teach, train, and transform uninitiated boys into comprehensive men of the Most High. Men who are physically conscious, mentally astute, and spiritually strong enough to navigate through the pressures of this world without succumbing to their emotions. They are able to accomplish this mission through their Emotional Stability Training® (EST).

BlackPAC is an independent, Black-led organization that uses the power of year-round political engagement and elections to change our economic, justice, and political systems. Since its founding in 2016, BlackPAC has helped galvanize Black voters to the polls to elect Governors, Lt. Governors, Attorney Generals, US Senators, and State Legislators.


They are committed to long-term, sustained engagement with Black voters by building lasting political infrastructure. They hold public officials accountable to a policy agenda that defends Black peoples’ rights, promotes dignity, and ends white supremacy.


Happy Juneteenth 2023!

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