The Society for African-American Cultural Awareness puts on the first Jackson Juneteenth Pageant

JACKSON, Tenn.– The Society for African-American Cultural Awareness held a pageant in Jackson.

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The organization hosted the first Jackson Juneteenth Pageant Saturday evening.

The pageant showcased six young ladies in the community.

The contestants performed a talent and modeled evening gowns.

SACA President, Wendy Trise-Martin, said this show is more than just a pageant.

“It’s an empowerment really. An empowerment of sisterhood, of history, of culture,” Trise-Martin said.

Trise-Martin says they are always looking for sponsors for their program.

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