Juneteenth Wasn’t the End of Enslavement in the United States

Here’s Why We Should Still Celebrate

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Now that Juneteenth is a national holiday, people of all races are discovering its significance. Juneteenth is the day that Union soldiers marched through Galveston, Texas, and informed enslaved people that the war was over, the South had lost, and they were, in…

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