March on Atlanta – Organized by the One Race Movement, the march will begin at 9 a.m at Centennial Olympic Park. "In light of the racially motivated violence of the past several weeks, and the corresponding protests across our nation, we are calling for a clear biblical response of righteousness and justice from the church of our city," organizers said on the event page. The event is free and attendees can register here.
Unexpected Virtual Tour: Juneteenth + Barbecue – Attendees can learn about the history of Juneteenth and Emancipation Day and their respective histories in Atlanta during a virtual tour. The tour costs $10 and will be held 7:30 p.m. Friday and 7 p.m. Saturday. The tour is also appropriate for children age 10 or older. Those interested can register here.
The Juneteenth Takeover – Curated by creative arts consultant company Power Haus Creative, the Atlanta Downtown Neighborhood Association in conjunction with Atlanta-based art nonprofit C4 Atlanta is hosting an outdoor gallery exhibit of "unapologetic Black expression" from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday. The exhibit will sit on the exterior of the historic Flatiron Building, also known as FlatironCity at 84 Peachtree Street, in Downtown Atlanta. It will feature 19 artists and will remain on display until Monday, June 22. More information about the event can be found at https://www.atlantadowntown.com/do/the-juneteenth-takeover.