6. Create a Flyer for a Juneteenth Celebration Wrap Up

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In this video, you will reflect on what you learned in the lesson and share your flyer with others. Now that you have learned about the importance of Juneteenth, compare it with what you know about other cultures and celebrations in school or in your own life. What connections do you see? Also, ask yourself… Is there something I’m still wondering about Junenteenth?

And would I like to continue learning more about it?

If you answered “yes” to these questions, continue researching Juneteenth on Google Arts & Culture or another website. Making a flyer is a great way to advertise a big event like a Juneteenth celebration that you’re planning or a local celebration that’s coming up in your community. The flyer you created has details about the celebration that can inform others and get them interested and wanting to attend.

To create your flyer, you… Created a new document, Took notes about Juneteenth and your celebration as you explored Google Arts & Culture, Created a new drawing for your flyer, Wrote a headline, Added text to your flyer and formatted it, And added visual elements, like images, shapes, and colors.

Feel free to continue adding to your flyer. Then, when it’s complete, think about how you can get it to possible attendees. First, you can share the flyer through email.

Type the email addresses of the people you want to send it to.

Then, select the permission you want to use: Editor means the people you share it with can make changes directly to your flyer.

Commenter allows them to make comments but not change the flyer.

And viewer lets them see the flyer only.

For this project, choose viewer.

Add a message so people know what the flyer is about.

You can also share your flyer on social media or save your flyer and print it as a PDF. To do this, download your flyer as a PDF, then navigate to the printer you want your flyer to be sent to. After you print it out, hang it up wherever you feel there would be an audience for the information.

If you’re planning a smaller Juneteenth celebration with family or friends, or even a virtual one, you can still create a flyer and share it with those you’re inviting so they know what to expect. Finally, if you’re interested in learning more about Black history, you can explore Google Arts & Culture’s stories and collections.

Or, try more Applied Digital Skills lessons from the Google Arts & Culture collection.

You can also research other cultural celebrations and traditions on Google Arts & Culture and elsewhere.

Creating your own Juneteenth celebration or imagining a celebration helps you remember the holiday in a way that reflects your own thoughts and emotions about this important occasion.

Certificate of Completion

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Certificate of Completion

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