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About Juneteenth

For many people in the black community, Juneteenth is not just a celebration, it is a sober time to c
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About Juneteenth
By The Afropole • Issue #75 • View online
For many people in the black community, Juneteenth is not just a celebration, it is a sober time to commemorate the end of slavery as we know it. The question is, as black people continue to evolve into liberated people, the questions around black identity, black safety, and equality are all the more reinforced and still relevant today.

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