In-person for Juneteenth!


Visit our pop-up exhibit and celebrate Black history and culture all week long as part of Chapel Hill-Carrboro’s inaugural Juneteenth celebration.

The exhibit is FREE & open to all  1-7 pm:
  • Saturday & Sunday, June 12-13
  • Wednesday-Sunday, June 16-20

Find us at 109 E. Franklin Street, right next to Epilogue Books.

Juneteenth, also known as Emancipation Day, commemorates the emancipation of enslaved people in the United States. The Towns of Chapel Hill and Carrboro proclaimed the observance and commemoration of Juneteenth on June 19, 2020.


Stories of women who changed Chapel Hill

“I Was Still Singing” is a digital exhibit highlighting the contributions of Black women throughout Chapel Hill’s history. The goal of this exhibit is to educate and inspire local people and to honor the women who have contributed so much to the Chapel Hill community.

The exhibit was created from dozens of oral and video histories, primary source documents and photographs, and many meetings with our community elders to listen and learn about our history.

Explore the History

Meet the Women

Collaborate with us!

Celebrate the women who changed Chapel Hill by submitting a page into a community journal. Submissions will be displayed online and shared with the women whose stories are at the heart of this exhibit.

Get Involved