Presenter will discuss the Taste of Freedom Cookbook Project created to celebrated Juneteeth, an African American holiday commemorating the abolition of slavery in the United States. In 2018 the library staff created the first Taste of Freedom cookbook, which included recipes and archival photographs of Texas first Juneteenth celebration along with archival photographs of the staff's famiies. The book included health tips, food facts, recipes and interesting facts about Juneteenth. Posted digitally on an online journal site, within 6 months the cookbook had been view over 6000 times in 24 countries. A Taste of Freedom (2) will be a continuation of the first book with collaboration from additional HBCUs and archival photographs from the Texas community. The second cookbook will be used as a fundraiser for the HBCU Library Alliance and the hope is that it will be published in 2020. This is a unique type of poster which shows how to include history, preservation, archives and social activivism in something that is interesting, practical and uses technology to promote cultural diversity.