Juneteenth (June 19), also known as "Freedom Day" is the day we commemorate the emancipation of enslaved Black people in the United States.
However, so much work needs to be done to continue the progress of civil rights in America, so we can achieve true equality for all.
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"If we want true liberation, we must continue to tackle the systemic racism that is ingrained in our institutions and build power in communities so that Black people have the ability to be free and safe. On Juneteenth, we commemorate the end of slavery for Black people, but let this day serve as a reminder of the progress we have made and the true liberation we have yet to achieve." - The Advancement Project