ANNUAL FREEDOM DAY PARADE & CELEBRATION. A wonderful and historical event for your entire family on Fri-1/1/10 from 1 pm to 3 pm.
Celebrate January 1, 1863 which is the day that Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation. On this date all slaves in the confederate states of the U.S. legally became 'free'. Be a part of history and attend this event, January 1st, 2010.
Everyone is welcome! Feel free to bring your family and friends.
The parade starts at the Stockton Fairgrounds. 1658 South Airport Way, Stockton, California 95206. Going south on Airport Way to East 8th Street. Heading eastward all the way to the corner of 8th & D Street for reviewing at Ralph White’s house. Continuing to Pock Lane, turning right at Pock, and ending at the Maya Angelou Library. (There is no parking at the Fairgrounds, just line up along the parade route). See you there!
Also, please join us after the parade at 5 pm for food, activities and entertainment at Ralph White's House: 2201 E. 8th St., Stockton, California.
For more info or to be a part of the parade, please call (209) 464 8371.
FREE EVENT! Open to the public. Sponsored by the Stockton Black Leadership Council.
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