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Juneteenth on the Waterfront

Saturday, June 19, 2021 - 8:00am to 2:00pm
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Celebrate local Black-owned businesses at Juneteenth on the Waterfront on Saturday, June 19! Join MegaBlack SFCUESAand the Port of San Francisco for a day of fun, community, and delicious, handcrafted food at the Embarcadero Ferry Terminal Plaza (south of the Ferry Building) and Ferry Plaza Farmers Market. Entry is free and open to the public, and food will be available for purchase.

MegaBlackSF fights for visibility, sovereignty, dignity and justice for Black San Franciscans. Help support the MegaBlack SF Black Wellness Fund, which invests in organizations that address issues of mental health and wellness; economic development, including employment and housing; and education for African American residents in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Find additional details at megablacksf.org/juneteenth.

Juneteenth, also known as Freedom Day, celebrates the anniversary of Black emancipation in the United States, honored on the anniversary of June 19, 1865, when freedom from slavery was proclaimed in the state of Texas.

Participating Businesses and Community Partners

  • Crumble & Whisk: Cheesecakes, baked goods
  • Delightful Foods: Pies, vegan “No Cookies,” ginger beverages; proceeds from Sweet Potato Pies will be donated to MegaBlack SF Black Wellness Fund
  • A Girl Named Pinky: Cookies, brownies, cakes, tarts
  • Gumbo Social: Chicken and Sausage Gumbo, Grilled Shrimp Po’Boys, Cali Greens, Red Beans and Rice
  • Minnie Bell’s Soul Movement: Southern desserts
  • Peaches Patties: Jamaican Beef Patty, Jamaican Curry Chicken Patty, Jamaican Ackee Saltfish Patty (breakfast; sold from 8am-10am), Jamaican Impossible Beef Patty (vegan), Jerk Chicken Wings and Plantains, Sorrel (Jamaican Hibiscus Drink), Homemade Ginger Beer
  • The Pleasure Principle Supperclub & Dining Events: Jerk Chicken Salad with Crispy Tostones and/or Cold Curry Noodles Guyanese with Red Curry Sauce + Poached Shrimp and/or Watermelon/Papaya “Ceviche” with Marash Chili, Lime + Merlot Salt
  • Teranga: Baobab-based juices, energy bars, Nambe Senegalese black-eyed peas chili
  • Wanda’s Cooking: Pepper Chowchow, Cornbread, Hummus, Spice, Beverage
  • Yes Pudding: Banana Pudding, Strawberry Rhubarb Cobbler, Peach Cobbler a la Mode, Banana Fosters, Bread Pudding with Bourbon Caramel, “Sock It To Me” Bread Pudding, Pineapple Upside Down Bread Pudding
  • En2action/Ujamaa Kitchen
  • Port of San FranciscoVideo presentation on how the African-American workforce has helped to shape the Waterfront.

Support MegaBlack SF When You Shop

Shop these businesses to help support the MegaBlack SF Black Wellness Fund. Participating Ferry Plaza Farmers Market vendors and Ferry Building Marketplace merchants will be donating a portion of their proceeds from the day, with the Ferry Building matching up to $5,000.

  • Ferry Plaza Farmers Market: Acme Bread Company, Almanac Beer Co., Capay Mills, Delightful Foods, Devil’s Gulch Ranch, Kashiwase Farms, McGinnis Ranch, Nana Joes Granola, Namu, Norte54 (online), Root Down Farm, Sciabica’s California Olive Oil, Winters Fruit Tree, Wise Sons Jewish Delicatessen
  • Ferry Building Marketplace: Acme Bread Company, Hog Island Oyster Co., Daily Driver, Recchiuti Confections

Presented by MegaBlack SF. Cosponsored by CUESA and Port of San Francisco.

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