Inspired by Our Date of Freedom, June 19th, also known as Juneteenth. This image embodies the Pan African Flag on top of a black woman whose face invokes pride, determination, and self awareness as Royalty. Laced with nuance, this piece celebrates the documented freedom of African slaves on June 19, 1965. The words in the background read, 

“Freedom never came peacefully or overnight.”

Artwork by Chuck Styles.

Canvas Prints are stretched with 1 and 1/2 inch quality wood stretcher bars and come ready to hang to give you that authentic painting feel and look.

Please allow 7-15 business days to complete and ship your order.

All Sales are Final. Prints are made to order. 

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