History Speaks: Juneteenth and the Struggle for Freedom

Explore the history of Juneteenth and what it might have meant for the people who were enslaved at the Moses Myers House. Meet us in person at the historic home to hear their stories and learn about their contributions to life in early Norfolk.

Free, suggested donation of $5
Registration is required. Space is limited. All visitors ages 3 and up are required to wear a face covering.

Image description: A photo of a yellowed, hand-written receipt for Henry who bought his freedom from the Myers family.

History Speaks: Juneteenth and the Struggle for Freedom