We Collaborate with other organizations and communities!
Our Yearly Events
Kid Friendly Paint Night: Families are invited to paint and learn about current and historical African American inventions, people, and topics
Black Excellence 5k: Participants can run or walk this race while viewing little known and well known African American figures along the route. This event helps us raise funds for our yearly Juneteenth Family Fun Day.
Hats & Heels High Tea: Ladies and gentlemen are invited to have tea and delicious bites to eat while discussing pressing issues in the black community
Juneteenth Flag Raising: each year we raise the Juneteenth flag in recognition of the positive contribution of Black Americans to our country.
Juneteenth Family Fun Day: This is a celebration of the ending of slavery in the United States. Juneteenth also highlights the achievement and positive contributions of African Americans in the United States. The holiday is observed in 47 U.S states. North Dakota, South Dakota, and Hawaii do not observe Juneteenth as a state holiday.
N.S.J.A has highligted the importance of education and exposure to Black Culture North of Boston
News Articles regarding the work of N.S.J.A