Juneteenth

Juneteenth (June 19th), the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration, recognizes the demise of slavery in the United States.

July 4th celebrates the Independence of America, which was stolen from Native-Americans and built by African slaves.

Yes, the independence that was obtained by America is a great feat, but how America was built into the most…

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Destiny S. Harris

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Author of 500+ books || Author @ age 11 — Inspiring others through writing (self-education) — Get FREE books from me daily📍 @ amazon.com/author/destinyharris

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