Juneteenth Gala

Sydney Faulkner, left, her father, Grady faulkner, center, of Middletown, stand with friend, Ula Dodson of  Hartford at The Wadsworth Atheneum, which hosted the annual Juneteenth celebration marking end of slavery for African Americans. The Amistad Center for Art & Culture founded in 1987 is a not-for-profit cultural arts organization, which owns a vital collection of 7000 items including art, artifacts and popular culture objects that document the experience, expressions and history of people of African American heritage. Special to the Courant - Johnathon Henninger

( Johnathon Henninger, Special to the Hartford Courant / June 15, 2013 )

Sydney Faulkner, left, her father, Grady faulkner, center, of Middletown, stand with friend, Ula Dodson of Hartford at The Wadsworth Atheneum, which hosted the annual Juneteenth celebration marking end of slavery for African Americans. The Amistad Center for Art & Culture founded in 1987 is a not-for-profit cultural arts organization, which owns a vital collection of 7000 items including art, artifacts and popular culture objects that document the experience, expressions and history of people of African American heritage. Special to the Courant - Johnathon Henninger

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