‘Show that you love me’: Berkeley celebrates 35th Juneteenth Festival

Photo of a mural at the Berkeley Juneteenth Festival
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In celebration of Juneteenth, Berkeley and Oakland residents attended the 35th annual Juneteenth Festival. The festival included live performances, food and various activities.

From the intersections of Martin Luther King Jr. Way and Wooley Street to Adeline and Alcatraz, Berkeley and Oakland residents took the streets for the 35th annual Berkeley Juneteenth Festival on Saturday. 
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