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Celebrating Juneteenth

Celebrate Juneteenth by becoming more informed about bias and historical trauma.

Juneteenth is observed on June 19, every year, and is the oldest known celebration of the end of slavery in America. It commemorates June 19, 1865, the day that Union soldiers arrived in Galveston, Texas, to tell enslaved African Americans that they were free, under the terms of the 1862 Emancipation Proclamation.

The day is also a reminder of the work that remains to be done for racial justice and equality.

Below you will find some available classes that can help spread awareness of racial justice and equality. These class selections are not exhaustive. Becoming more trauma-informed will always help to spread compassion for others.



Celebrating Juneteenth

Stepping Into a Future Free of Historical Trauma

Presented by: Iya Affo



Celebrating Juneteenth

Why and How Trauma-Informed Organizations Attend to Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion

Presented by: Cheryl Warner



Celebrating Juneteenth

Cultural Competence and Unintended Bias

Presented by: Iya Affo

Looking For Training?

If there is a training class you need for your organization please fill out the “request a training” form.

Upcoming Training

Arizona Trauma Institute
49 South Sycamore Street, Suite 2
Mesa, Arizona 85202

Office: (480) 442-1840


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