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CreativeMornings will present Opal Lee, the “Grandmother of Juneteenth,” a 95-year-old, civil rights activist who walks 2.5 miles every June 19 to symbolize the 2.5 years that it took for slaves in Texas to know that they were free.

Lee will be exploring the theme of matriarchy, and break down what matriarchy means to her from her urban farm located on the banks of the Trinity Trail.

CreativeMornings will present Opal Lee, the “Grandmother of Juneteenth,” a 95-year-old, civil rights activist who walks 2.5 miles every June 19 to symbolize the 2.5 years that it took for slaves in Texas to know that they were free.

Lee will be exploring the theme of matriarchy, and break down what matriarchy means to her from her urban farm located on the banks of the Trinity Trail.

CreativeMornings will present Opal Lee, the “Grandmother of Juneteenth,” a 95-year-old, civil rights activist who walks 2.5 miles every June 19 to symbolize the 2.5 years that it took for slaves in Texas to know that they were free.

Lee will be exploring the theme of matriarchy, and break down what matriarchy means to her from her urban farm located on the banks of the Trinity Trail.

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https://creativemornings.com/talks/ms-opal-lee-the-grandmother-of-juneteenth-on-matriarchy

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