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Celebrating Juneteenth Jazz Legacy Program Guidelines


"I encourage jazz musucians to return to the community of their birth during the observance of
JUNE IS JUNETEENTH AFRICAN AMERICAN JAZZ LEGACY MONTH! Also, return on your
birthday and perform a jazz concert for the youth in your hometown. Go to the library, school
auditorium, band room, church, city hall, etc., and tell the youth about you and the great
African American jazz legacy of other musicians from the area. Gather the young folks in your
family together and perform jazz for them at one of your family's houses. Play some jazz CD's
and tell them about our great African American jazz legacy!"


By Rev. Ronald V. Myers, Sr., M.D., National Juneteenth Jazz Artist


Ron Myers


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1. Juneteenth Jazz events should focus on celebrating the African American jazz legacy of native musicians born in communities where Juneteenth is celebrated.

2. Local Juneteenth groups should serve as host organizations of Juneteenth Jazz events in cooperation with the affiliates, sponsors and members of the NAJJP and the NJOF.

3. All promotional materials, posters, etc. should include the NAJJP Juneteenth Jazz logo and linked to the Juneteenth Jazz - www.JuneteenthJazz.com web site:



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