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June 17, 2021, Miss Christyaun Ware became Miss Juneteenth Topeka and Miss Juneteenth Kansas. She went on to participate in the National Miss Juneteenth Pageant in Tulsa in October 2021. Christyaun is a 16 years old from Topeka, Kansas. She aspires to be a professional real-estate developer.


Christyaun is currently attending Shawnee Heights High School and is active in her community by participating in activities such as the Black Student Union, basketball, and orchestra. She volunteers her services at retirement facilities and community based projects playing games with the elderly, passing out food to the homeless and raising funds and planning events for the community. Christyaun was nominated for the National Honors Society and is lettered in academics and plans to attend one of the one hundred and seven Historically Black Colleges and Universities in her near future. 

The 2020-2021 National Miss Juneteenth Pageant has its first winner. And she's from Delaware.

2022 Miss Juneteenth Kansas 

2023 Miss Juneteenth Kansas 

2021 National Miss Juneteenth

June 4, 2022, Miss Shontal Phillips became Miss Juneteenth Topeka and Miss Juneteenth Kansas. She will go on to participate in the National Miss Juneteenth Pageant in Galveston in October 2022.

2021 Miss Juneteenth Kansas

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2020 National Miss Juneteenth 

On behalf of the Delaware Juneteenth Association, we are proud to announce the crowning of Saniiya Gay, Miss Juneteenth Delaware as the first National Miss Juneteenth.  She was crowned on Saturday, October 17, 2020 in Memphis TN at the Inaugural National Pageant.  She's a bright and aspiring 18-year-old, having already won a full scholarship to Delaware State University, one of the top HBCU's in the country.  She represents the epitome of service to all people focusing on her Platform Issue of Domestic Violence.  For additional information, see the news article link.

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Aceia Spade, a 17-year-old Churchill High School senior was awarded the national title in October during the National Juneteenth Observance Foundation Annual Conference in Tulsa. In a statement about her win, Spade noted that her title came the same year that Juneteenth became a state holiday in Oregon and a federal holiday, too.


Ace, as she likes to be called, is a senior at Churchill High School and upon completion, plans to attend the University of Oregon and major in criminal law. At an early age, Ace wanted to show her passion and the opportunity to help and share a history of her ancestral spirit. In 2021 a piece of her dream has come true, she will shine as National Miss Juneteenth for the next 12 months and showcase to young ladies the power of a dream and hard work. 


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