Celebrate Justice Sunday with the 400 YAAHC

Jan 15, 2023 | PR

The 400 Years of African American History Commission (YAAHC), invites those interested to watch Justice Sunday Service Around the Clock on January 15, 2023. Programming will begin at 12 p.m. EST, hosted by acclaimed actor/producer Ernie Hudson, featuring remarks from distinguished leaders. A one-hour virtual watch party will be hosted by the 400 YAAHC National Student Ambassadors Saniya Gay and Tybre Faw, at 3:45 pm EST. Guests may learn more information by visiting www.400yaahc.gov.

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About the Client: The 400 Years of African American History Commission (400 YAAHC) is a federally appointed committee, operating independently as established by the Secretary of the Department of the Interior and administered by the National Park Service that develops and facilitates activities throughout the U.S. to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the arrival of Africans in the English Colonies at Point Comfort, VA in 1619, recognizes and highlights the resilience and contributions of African Americans, while simultaneously acknowledging the painful impact of slavery, racial discrimination and racism on our nation.