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Juneteenth: A Perfect Day To Cheer Black Success

June 20, 2022 by

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By Deroy Murdock ~ On Monday, America marks our second Juneteenth national holiday. Some will focus on the severe pain and death that slavery inflicted on blacks between 1619 and 1865. It would be far more useful, however, to celebrate so much that black Americans have accomplished since the original Juneteenth liberated the last of […]

Teen Vogue Fears ‘Juneteenth Car Sales’

June 19, 2021 by

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By Abigail Streetman ~ June 19 or “Juneteenth National Independence Day” is now a federal holiday. On that day in 1865 Union soldiers finally made it to Galveston, Texas, and enslaved blacks learned they were free. It can and should be a unifying holiday, and one that signifies how far our country has come. Or, […]

Black Conservatives Commemorate Juneteenth Emancipation Anniversary

June 19, 2013 by

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The National Center For Public Policy Research Press Release Washington, DC – On the 147th commemoration of “Juneteenth” — the oldest and most-recognized observance of the end of slavery in the United States — members of the Project 21 black leadership network are focused on the theme of freedom. In a time of major growth in […]