The Chattanooga-Hamilton County NAACP will host its annual Jubilee Day celebration at 11 a.m. Sunday at Phillips Temple CME Church, 1321 North Moore Road.
Pastor Cheryl E. Jones-Goliday will be the speaker.
The NAACP observes Jubilee Day each year to celebrate the end of slavery. According to a news release, Jubilee Day is a time when the history of suffering as slaves is remembered, the experience of segregation is recounted and the strategies for facing equality and justice for future are reshaped.
For more information, call Valoria V. Armstrong, branch president, at 432-9776.
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