Walk
Run
Roll
BBQ
Chill

- Start Line
- 90th St & 5th Ave (Engineers Gate)
- March North (on East Drive)
- Around the Harlem Loop
- March South (on West Drive)
- Finish Line
- 85th & West Ave (Seneca Village)

After the March in the park

We've got to give special thanks to the offices of the City Council Members,
Manhattan Borough President, and the NYC Mayor for insisting that this protest march move to the center of New York City, Central Park. 
 

Can’t attend the Juneteenth March but still want to support our orgs?

Finish
Line

REFRESH

Join us for some hydrating refreshments!

Man With Water Bottle
Drinking Water after Workout

Tour
Seneca 
Village

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Seneca Village was founded in 1825 by free Black Americans. At its peak, it had ~225 residents, 3 churches, 2 schools, and 3 cemeteries. In 1857, through eminent domain, the villagers were ordered to leave and their houses were torn down for the construction of Central Park.