A NON-PROFIT 501(c)3 ORGANIZATION
To Develop Progressive Thinking Individuals Through an Atmosphere of Community Participation & Educational Engagement for African Americans and Others Directly Affected by The Transatlantic - Global Slave Trade and Human Trafficking.
YOUR CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS
These rights are at the core of our democracy; the laws that uphold those rights allow specific actions to be taken when violated. Knowing your rights can help you identify situations of discrimination and abuse of power and provide guidance to take particular steps.
HUMAN TRAFFICKING AWARENESS
Poverty is a factor that makes individuals vulnerable to Human Trafficking. TSE has partnered with the Blue Campaign to educate low-income, vulnerable communities about various forms of Force, Fraud, 0r Coercion.
Get information at our Events and Parades.
What's Coming Up In 2024!
January 29, 2024
This Event Night was a great success! Tri-State Expo Juneteenth Affairs partnered with Friends of the Library to share the
mission of activism through artistic writing.
The Juneteenth Community
TSE Juneteenth Affairs ribbon-cutting ceremony. Dothan Area Chamber of Commerce and TSE Officers & the Juneteenth Community enjoyed fellowship on August 10, 2022.
Officers of TSE Juneteenth Affairs receiving Juneteenth Proclamation issued from Congressman Barry Moore's Office and Mayor Mark Saliba.
Our Strategy for the Participants of any Juneteenth Event or Fundraiser We Host is:
-Community participation through our Juneteenth educational media, Juneteenth competitive sports activities, and Visual/Multi-Media Arts for African Americans and other participating minority groups.
-To Spotlight Professionally prepared, healthy whole-food cuisines, while promoting personal improvement, mental health & physical wellness.
-COVID-19 vaccinations, in conjunction with the Southeastern Public Health District, to increase the number of underserved African American citizens being vaccinated and educated.
-HIV testing and awareness, in conjunction with the Alabama Department of Public Health, for African Americans to obtain information and decrease the elevated number of infections in Houston County.
-To continue the civil justice challenge for equal access to public roads/highways for the Juneteenth Parade in Dothan, AL.
-To create win-wins for our communities by bringing discovered and undiscovered talent to Dothan, AL!
-To educate underserved communities regarding Human Trafficking, which is modern-day slavery!
A brief yet important explanation.
Two years after Abraham Lincoln declared the end of slavery with the Emancipation Proclamation (January 1, 1863) African Americans in Galveston, Texas were still in slavery. It was not until June 19, 1865, that African Americans in Texas finally learned that slavery had been abolished ...they began to celebrate with prayer, song, dance, and feasting.
Today, this moment in history is celebrated and used as a symbolic representation of what took place across the United States of America as slaves continued to learn of the freedom . It wasn't just Galveston, Texas, but other Confederate states were still practicing slavery as well.
Juneteenth is an opportunity for all Americans to celebrate liberation of oppressed cultures and the awakening of oppressed minds.
Tri-State Expo's Float "The Jesup Agricultural Wagon" was a Wonderful Spotlight on the
Creative Mind of Dr. Carver!
Our 2023 Little Miss Juneteenth, Queen Auld, Wished “Good Morning" to an Incredible Crowd of Thousands on November 11 along with Board Member Leah Gunn. (Dothan, AL 2023)
Tri-State Expo's Fair Display Wins 2nd Place!
Check Out the Wonderful News!! Thank You NPF 2023, #peanutsgaloreandsomuchmore for this Tremendous Honor!
Way to Go TSE Team!
TSE IS DEDICATED TO COMMUNITY & EDUCATION
Micro-Seminars: Juneteenth Expo 2023
Tri-State Expo Juneteenth Affairs Visits
the Clotilda Location In Spanish Fort, AL
The wreck of the schooner Clotilda, believed to be the last known ship to bring enslaved people to the US from Africa, has been found in the Alabama’s Mobile River, the Alabama Historical Commission announced.
“The discovery of the Clotilda is an extraordinary archaeological find,” Lisa Demetropoulos Jones, executive director of the Alabama Historical Commission, said in a statement. “The voyage represented one of the darkest eras of modern history and is a profound discovery of the tangible evidence of slavery.”
By Doug Criss, CNN