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. . . Juneteenth is the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the united states. from its galveston, texas origin in 1865, the observance of june 19th as the african american emancipation day has spread across the united states and beyond. today juneteenth ….
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len cannon and mia gradney highlight the lasting financial impact of juneteenth on black americans and the challenges that for many black americans, juneteenth is a celebration to commemorate the end of slavery. for many white americans, recent june 19, 1865 was a date that means so much to texas. on that day in galveston, texas, slaves learned they were free. we look at where the holiday of juneteenth came from and why it's still a mystery to so many people. young dylan and rebecca argue about what the juneteenth float should look like, until grandma chimes in to explain what a teenager was killed and three others were injured, including a washington, d.c., police officer, when gunfire erupted at the in this juneteenth special, we celebrate the holiday and discuss black authenticity, entrepreneurship and mental health. juneteenth commemorates the day in june 1865—two and a half years after president lincoln signed the emancipation june 19th commemorates the emancipation of enslaved people in the united states. on june 19, 1865, more than two years after president lincoln signed the emancipation proclamation, union gen. gordon on june 19, 1865 the last group of slaves in the united states were freed. their freedom was bittersweet and came two and a half henry louis gates jr. told cbs news that marking juneteenth as a federal holiday was a long time coming. #cbsnews