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6 0 2 hours ago

Juneteenth, also known as Juneteenth Independence Day or Freedom Day, is an American holiday that commemorates the June 19, 1865, announcement of the abolition of slavery in the U.S. state of Texas, and more generally the emancipation of enslaved African Americans throughout the former Confederate States of America. Its name is a portmanteau of "June" and "nineteenth", the date of its celebration. Juneteenth is recognized as a state holiday or special day of observance in 45 states. Observance is primarily in local celebrations. Traditions include public readings of the Emancipation Proclamation, singing traditional songs such as "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" and "Lift Every Voice and Sing", and reading of works by noted African-American writers such as Ralph Ellison and Maya Angelou. Celebrations include rodeos, street fairs, cookouts, family reunions, park parties, historical reenactments, carnivals or Miss Juneteenth contests. The Mascogos, descendants of Black Seminoles, of Coahuila, Mexico also celebrate Juneteenth. We are our ancestors wildest dreams! #Juneteenth #BlackAndAfricanAmericanIndependenceDay #KnowYourHistory #Roots #TheStruggle #BlackHistory365 #BlackHistoryEveryday #BlackHistoryIsEveryonesHistory #History #SearchForTheTruth #TheEmancipationProclamation

7 0 2 hours ago

#HappyJuneteenthMuthafuckas 🍻🎊🎉🎊🎉🎉#YallsFree 😁 #WeGlobal🌍🌐🌎 #UnifyProtectProsper ✊😎 from @living.while.black - Juneteenth is the equivalent or better than July 4th for many African Americans. June 19th is the official date that all enslaved Black individuals were freed from slavery after the Emancipation Proclamation was signed and after the Civil War officially ended. #BlackHistoryEveryday #BlackHistory #BlackHistory365 #LivingWhileBlack #WhileBlack #video #BlackPeople #BlackLivesMatter #BlackMen #BlackWomen #History #BlackLoveMatters #BlackLove #Respect - #regrann

13 0 2 hours ago

#Repost @repjeffries (with @report.for.insta) ... On #Juneteenth, we remember the shameful history of slavery in this country, celebrate the progress made and commit to continuing the fight for the next generation. #BlackHistoryEveryDay

16 0 3 hours ago

Happy #IndependenceDay! 🖤 ✊🏼✊🏽✊🏾✊🏿 · · · #Repost @living.while.black #Juneteenth is the equivalent of or better than #July4th for many #AfricanAmericans. #June19th is the #official #date that all #enslaved #Black individuals were #freed from #slavery... #2Years after the #EmancipationProclamation was signed. #After the #CivilWar had officially ended. #AMERICANhistory #BlackHistoryEveryday #BlackHistory #BlackHistory365 #LivingWhileBlack #WhileBlack #BlackPeople #BlackLivesMatter #BlackMen #BlackWomen #History

11 2 3 hours ago

June 19th, 1865. A day that should be etched into the forefront of every (even slightly) melinated man, woman and child's membrane. #HappyJuneteenth #❤️🖤💚 #BlackLivesMatter #BlackLove #BlackHistoryEveryday

3 1 3 hours ago

#HappyJuneteenthMuthafuckas 🍻🎊🎉🎊🎉🎉#YallsFree 😁 #WeGlobal🌍🌐🌎 #UnifyProtectProsper ✊😎 from @living.while.black - Juneteenth is the equivalent or better than July 4th for many African Americans. June 19th is the official date that all enslaved Black individuals were freed from slavery after the Emancipation Proclamation was signed and after the Civil War officially ended. #BlackHistoryEveryday #BlackHistory #BlackHistory365 #LivingWhileBlack #WhileBlack #video #BlackPeople #BlackLivesMatter #BlackMen #BlackWomen #History #BlackLoveMatters #BlackLove #Respect - #regrann

1153 13 3 hours ago

Juneteenth is the equivalent or better than July 4th for many African Americans. June 19th is the official date that all enslaved Black individuals were freed from slavery after the Emancipation Proclamation was signed and after the Civil War officially ended. #BlackHistoryEveryday #BlackHistory #BlackHistory365 #LivingWhileBlack #WhileBlack #video #BlackPeople #BlackLivesMatter #BlackMen #BlackWomen #History #BlackLoveMatters #BlackLove #Respect

20 3 4 hours ago

Happy Juneteenth! ...celebrating and recognizing our ancestors. ❤️🖤💚 . . . . . #juneteenth #juneteenthfestival #clt #happyjuneteenth #freeish #blackhistoryeveryday

25 1 5 hours ago

Happy Juneteenth! Known as Juneteenth Independence Day or Freedom Day, is an American holiday that commemorates the June 19, 1865, announcement of the abolition of slavery in the U.S. state of Texas, and more generally the emancipation of enslaved African Americans throughout the former Confederate States of America. Texas was the most remote of the slave states, & the Emancipation Proclamation of January 1, 1863, was not enforced there until after the Confederacy collapsed. The name of the observance is a portmanteau of "June" and "nineteenth", the date of its celebration. Juneteenth is recognized as a state holiday or special day of observance in 46 states. States that do not recognize it are Hawaii, Montana, North Dakota and South Dakota. #rp @brotha_juice2 #junteenth #endofslavery #google #dobetter #knowledge #powerful #blackhistory #blackhistoryeveryday #positiveblackmedia #positiveblackpeople #positiveblacknews #positiveblackimages

20 1 5 hours ago

✊🏾Juneteenth, also known as Juneteenth Independence Day or Freedom Day, is an American holiday that commemorates the June 19, 1865, announcement of the abolition of slavery in the U.S. state of Texas, and more generally the emancipation of enslaved African Americans throughout the former Confederate States of America. There are four states that don't recognize the holiday: Hawaii, North Dakota, South Dakota and Montana. ✊🏾While we celebrate 154 years of Juneteenth Day, we still have a long way to go. As an educator, I still empower our youth with the rich history of Africans and African Americans as it relates to STEM education. We must not forget our ancestors and we must continue to say their names. ✊🏾

9 0 5 hours ago

#Repost @king_heru • • • • • • THIS BE THE REASON. I SLEPT GOOD ASF LAST NIGHT. BECAUSE IM FINALLY SEEING THE FRUITS OF MY LABOR. THANK YOU @k0r1ya.i FOR SUCH A POWERFUL SURGE OF POSITIVE ENERGY. #KINGHERU 👑👁✊🏿⚖️ #power #empire #Whenwecontrolthenarrative #blackmedia #Changingthenarrative #BlackPower #Leadbyexample #blackhistorymonth #blackhistory #BlackhistoryEveryday #WeBuyBlack #blackpower #BlackWallStreet #BlackPantherPa #repostapp regrann ........ #GoddessesGodsofCloth #tootiemactv l @k0r1ya.i l @king_heru

29 2 6 hours ago

Happy Juneteenth, fam! For those that need a refresher, Juneteenth commemorates June 19, 1865 when news of chattel slavery’s end reached the last remaining slaves in Galveston, Texas. While this day marks an important historical turning point for African Americans, I think it’s important to remember that the fight for freedom would continue for decades after. We’re still in it, now. Despite that, I think this quote from Nikki Giovanni, which I used as inspiration for a design in the Legacy collection, speaks to our creativity even within the systemic structures of white supremacy, and in that way: how we’ve created freedom for ourselves. Our confines have never defined us. Our collective imagination is too powerful for that. ✊🏾 In honor of the day, you can take 19% off your entire order for any collection on the site now with code JUNETEENTH. It’ll be active through tomorrow night, since I’m a little late to post this. What does Juneteenth and freedom mean to y’all? Lmk in the comments! 👇🏾 • • • • • #alloriginalbyao #blackhistoryeveryday #blackhistory365 #blackhistory #blackwomeninhistory #blackhistorymatters #nikkigiovanni #juneteenth #juneteenth2019 #happyjuneteenth

30 0 6 hours ago

#Juneteenth is the oldest known celebration commemorating the ending of slavery in the United States. Dating back to 1865, it was on June 19th that the Union soldiers, led by Major General Gordon Granger, landed at Galveston, Texas with news that the war had ended and that the enslaved were now free. . . . . #blackpride #blackpower #BlackHistory #blackhistoryfact #blackhistoryeveryday #✊🏾 #knowyourhistory

19 3 7 hours ago

#JohnCDancy (May 8, 1857 – December 5, 1920) was a politician, journalist, and educator in North Carolina and Washington, DC. For many years he was the editor of African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Zion church newspapers Star of Zion and then Zion Quarterly. In 1897 he was appointed collector of customs at #WilmingtonNorthCarolina, but was chased out of town in the Wilmington insurrection of 1898, in part for his activity in the National Afro-American Council which he helped found that year and of which he was an officer. He then moved to Washington, DC where he served as Recorder of Deeds from 1901 to 1910. His political appointments came in part as a result of the influence of his friend #BookerTWashington #easterncarolina #northcarolina #Blackhistory101 #blackhistory365 #Blackhistoryeveryday #blackhistoryfacts #Blackhistoryproject #historicalmarkers #Historicalplaces #Historicallocations #NCHistoricsites #APeoplesJourney #ANATIONSSTORY

32 0 7 hours ago

Meet the young Ghanaian actor that starred in Netflix hit movie Beast of No Nation. He also starred in Spider Man Home Coming and Out of the Village. His name is Abraham Atta. Following his debut movie role, he has won numerous national and international awards including:- Black Film Critics Circle Rising Star Award. Ghana Movie Awards Best Actor in a Leading Role and Discovery of the Year. Independent Spirit Award for Best Male Lead just to mention a few. #africa #africans #africanboy #africanamerican #africanstyle #africansindiaspora #africanamericanhistory #africanamericanwoman #africanhistory #africanhistorymonth #africanhistorymonth #africanhistoryclass #africanhistorymatters #blackhistory #blackhistoryfacts #blackhistoryeveryday #blackhistoryisnow #picoftheday #followforfollow

23 1 8 hours ago

#Juneteenth, also known as Juneteenth #IndependenceDay or #FreedomDay, is an American holiday that commemorates the June 19, 1865, announcement of the abolition of #slavery in the U.S. state of #Texas, and more generally the emancipation of enslaved African Americans throughout the former #Confederate States of #America. ✊🏾💯🇺🇸

297 8 8 hours ago

On #Juneteenth, we remember the shameful history of slavery in this country, celebrate the progress made and commit to continuing the fight for the next generation. #BlackHistoryEveryDay

35 0 10 hours ago

Happy Juneteenth My 👑👸🏾 HISTORY: Juneteenth is the oldest known celebration commemorating the ending of slavery in the United States. Dating back to 1865, it was on June 19th that the Union soldiers, led by Major General Gordon Granger, landed at Galveston, Texas with news that the war had ended and that the enslaved were now free, which was two years after the 4th of July ”Independence Day” 🙏🏿✊🏿 . . . . #Juneteenth #happyjuneteenth #problack #blacklove #blackhistoryeveryday #blackhistory #blackhistoryfact #history #historyfact

250 30 10 hours ago

THIS BE THE REASON. I SLEPT GOOD ASF LAST NIGHT. BECAUSE IM FINALLY SEEING THE FRUITS OF MY LABOR. THANK YOU @k0r1ya.i FOR SUCH A POWERFUL SURGE OF POSITIVE ENERGY. #KINGHERU 👑👁✊🏿⚖️ #power #empire #Whenwecontrolthenarrative #blackmedia #Changingthenarrative #BlackPower #Leadbyexample #blackhistorymonth #blackhistory #BlackhistoryEveryday #WeBuyBlack #blackpower #BlackWallStreet #BlackPantherPa #repostapp

73 2 10 hours ago

Happy Juneteenth My 👑👸🏾 HISTORY: Juneteenth is the oldest known celebration commemorating the ending of slavery in the United States. Dating back to 1865, it was on June 19th that the Union soldiers, led by Major General Gordon Granger, landed at Galveston, Texas with news that the war had ended and that the enslaved were now free, which was two years after the 4th of July ”Independence Day” 🙏🏿✊🏿 . . . . #Juneteenth #happyjuneteenth #problack #blacklove #blackhistoryeveryday #blackhistory #blackhistoryfact #history #historyfact

17 1 10 hours ago

#happyjuneteenth | When I look back at the history of my ancestors. It makes me know I'm stronger than I think because my people endured so much even after they were "freed." It makes me remember to never give up & keep fighting. #juneteenth #blackhistory #blackhistoryeveryday

28 2 10 hours ago

#BergenCounty: Today is June 19th, Also known as #Juneteenth - the day where enslaved Africans in Texas were finally informed of their freedom. We celebrate and honor this day! • Be sure to honor it by supporting #BlackBusiness, learning about #BlackHistory, and developing an inclusive community wherever you work, play, learn, and worship. Check out this short video about the origin of #Juneteenth!!! SWIPE for more! ✊🏾❤️🖤💚

19 0 10 hours ago

Happy Juneteenth y’all. June 19 marks a special celebration for communities around the United States. Celebrated as Juneteenth, — a combination of “June” and “nineteenth” — the holiday recognizes when the United States ended its historic practice of slavery, legally and in the real world. In this sense, Juneteenth is a day for commemorating the “freedom” of all people living in the United States. #juneteenth #juneteenth2019 #freedom #freedomandjusticeforall #blackhistoryeveryday #blackhistory #americanhistory

24 0 10 hours ago

reflect and rejoice 🎉 such a significant day in our nation’s history. learn more - www.juneteenth.com #juneteenth #blackhistoryeveryday #blacklawyers #celebratefreedom #lovetrumpshate #endhate #endracism

12 1 10 hours ago

Happy Juneteenth Everyone. ♻️ via @blackvoices | @_tarynitup shares the history & significance of Juneteenth/ Freedom Day. 💚❤️🖤 : : : : #juneteenth #freedomday #freeish #blackhistoryfact #rootsandculture

36 0 11 hours ago

Posted @withrepost@baki_ikon This is so encouraging today. Our future is brighter than we think as long as we keep pushing forward. • • • • • ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ If you want to support this page and build a community follow the steps below: ⬇️ 1.) Follow page 1.) Turn on Post Notification 2.) Like new post when notified of new post 3.) Tag a friend in comment section 4.) DM post to another friend We thank you in advance for your time and support. ✊🏾 • • • • • ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ #bakiikon #blackpowermovement #blackpantherparty #blackcommunity #blackmentalhealth #blackmentalhealthmatters #blackdepression #blackmind #blackmindsmatter #blackknowledge #blackmotivation #blackculture #imblackandimproud #blackpeopleunite #blackandproud #black365 #blackispower #blackpower✊🏾 #blackunity #blackconsciousness #blackhistoryeveryday #blackpower #Repost @moorland_native • • • • •

8 0 11 hours ago

Juneteenth commemorates African-American freedom; the celebration ending slavery on June 19, 1865. This was 2 years after Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation which became official January 1, 1863. . . . . #MyBlackIsAmazing #blackisbeautiful #myblackisbeautiful #blackcommunity #blackculture #blackness #BlackGirlMagic #myblkisamazing #knowthyhistory #blackhistoryeveryday #juneteenth #melaninmagic #blacklivesmatter #ancestors #blackpower #blackpride #africanamericanhistory #blackownedbusiness #blackhistory365 #webuyblack #knowledgeispower

61 3 11 hours ago

Me: Happy Juneteenth Hypebeast kid: You stupid, mixed the month and the day! Me: Sit down and shut up and you might learn something, youngin’

35 0 11 hours ago

Happy Juneteenth ✊🏽 #juneteenth #freedom #blackhistoryeveryday

10 0 11 hours ago

June 19,1865, Two and a half years AFTER the emancipation proclamation, General Granger and his forces made it to Texas to free Slaves in the Confederate states. Had to get in one last cotton crop. Y'all owe us $$$$. #neverforget #freeish #arewereallyfreetho #reperations #capitalismisracism #thiscountrywasbuiltbyslaves #juneteenth #blackhistoryeveryday #blackhistoryisamericanhistory #whitesupremacy #whiteterrorism

81 9 12 hours ago

HAPPY JUNETEENTH ✊🏿🇺🇸! It was from this very port on similar ships that Africans were transported and sold into slavery until June 19, 1865, which commemorates the abolition of slavery. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀ Why isn't Juneteenth a national holiday? Because in the eyes of the U.S. Black people are only free-ish. Nonetheless, I'm going to always represent my people until the day I die. We celebrating today y'all! I'm on the hunt for Juneteenth celebrations across the States! Please TAG me in any posts, and I will be sure to share in my Instastory. And for the Philly Wanderers, be sure to check out @juneteenthphila so you don't miss out on this weekend's festival & parade. #HellaBlackHellaProud #Juneteenth #WanderfulLAWS

45 2 12 hours ago

For many, "4th of July" comes a little bit early. Happy Juneteeth to one and all! #Juneteenth #BlackHistory365⠀ ⠀ WHAT IS JUNETEENTH?⠀ It's a bit of a history lesson, but it's one that's rich with value and serves as yet another testament to the perseverance of black people in the United States of America.⠀ --------------------------⠀ Quick Answer: Juneteenth celebrates the abolishment of slavery. It was started in 1865 and it's something that is fiercely celebrated by many as a turning point of black history in the USA.⠀ ⠀ To understand why many black Americans celebrate Juneteenth instead of the 4th of July, we must look at what the 4th of July means, why it's celebrated, and more importantly WHO it celebrated.⠀ --------------------------⠀ FREEDOM - BUT FOR WHOM?⠀ In America, the 4th of July is a holiday that celebrates the final succession of the American colonies from the British. The taxes were too high, the rules were too strict, and the American colonizers grew weary of feeling that they'd been stripped of too much.⠀ ⠀ 4th of July marked freedom from those unjust practices. And come July 5th,1776 they were finally free men. Free *white* men.⠀ --------------------------⠀ WHY JUNETEENTH:⠀ ⠀ July 3rd - slavery still exists⠀ July 4th (independence day) - slavery still exists⠀ July 5th - slavery still exists⠀ ⠀ For Black Americans, their realities did not change. Freedom was extended to some while continuously denied to others. Finances came easier for some while beatings, torture, and death remained a constant reality for others. And for this reason, many have made the switch to celebrate a history to often subject to burial.⠀ ⠀ So, when you ask WHY Juneteenth - remember that NO ONE is free, until we are ALL free. Support your brothers and sisters and stand for justice for all people, regardless of race or creed. After all, all lives matter, no?⠀ ⠀ #HappyJuneteeth . Click the Link in our Bio to learn more!

22 1 12 hours ago

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29 0 13 hours ago

#Repost @black.is.dope_ • • • • • • 1865-2019, 154 years. Happy #Juneteenth ♥️🖤 • • • DM for promo @Black.is.Dope_ • Follow us @Black.is.Dope_ • "Built by Blacks" (Link in bio) #juneteenth #blackpride #Blackpower #BlackHistoryEveryday

44 1 14 hours ago

Happy #Juneteenth muthafuccaz (Also known as #FreedomDay and #EmancipationDay.) "On June 19, 1865, two months after the surrender of Confederate General Robert E. Lee at Appomattox Court House in Virginia, Union General Gordon Granger and approximately 1,800 federal troops arrived in Galveston, Texas, to take control of the state and enforce the Emancipation Proclamation. Granger read General Orders No. 3, which declared in part: 'The people of Texas are informed that, in accordance with a proclamation from the Executive of the United States, all slaves are free.' Juneteenth (short for 'June Nineteenth') is a holiday commemorating this day, which marked the effective end of slavery in the United States." - @history (Photo of a Juneteenth celebration in Austin in 1900.) #BlackHistoryEveryday #BlackHistory365

23 0 19 hours ago

Happy Juneteenth! Today is our true, "Emancipation Day" Juneteenth is the oldest known celebration commemorating the ending of slavery in the United States. Dating back to 1865, it was on June 19th that the Union soldiers, led by Major General Gordon Granger, landed at Galveston, Texas with news that the war had ended and that the enslaved were now free. Note that this was two and a half years after President Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation - which had become official January 1, 1863. The Emancipation Proclamation had little impact on the Texans due to the minimal number of Union troops to enforce the new Executive Order. However, with the surrender of General Lee in April of 1865, and the arrival of General Granger’s regiment, the forces were finally strong enough to influence and overcome the resistance. #juneteenth #happyjuneteenth #emancipation #blackhistory #blackhistoryeveryday #blackholidays #thingstheydontteachyou #hiddenhistory #blackhidstory #knowyourhistory #eachoneteachone #themoreyouknow

52 4 a day ago

“At the center of the March, from conception to execution, was Bayard Rustin, a gay man whose sexuality troubled some movement leaders. Rustin’s half-century career as an activist is at its heart an account of a multi-issue approach to social justice rooted in a socialist ethic. A Quaker who embraced Gandhian non-violence, he worked for decades in a pacifist movement where he argued that peace would never come unless pacifists also espoused a politics of racial justice. . Skilled though he was as an organizer, he also learned to lead without drawing attention to himself. As a gay man in the generation before gay liberation, he had to navigate carefully around the homophobia of the society and of some of his activist colleagues. By the standards of the time, Rustin was amazingly open about being gay. He never constructed a heterosexual front for himself, and didn’t suppress his gay desires. But, this only brought him trouble…It meant, for instance, that he had to leave Montgomery, Alabama in a hurry during the bus boycott, in order not to have his sexuality be used against the campaign. It meant that he was not hired as a staff member of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, and that he had to resign from the leadership of other organizing projects whenever the threat of exposure of his sexuality surfaced. But still, he continued to work in both the peace movement and the black freedom struggle, finding ways to do it without having a formal leadership role. . Rustin believed firmly in a strategy of coalition building, but he also knew that coalition was not for the faint of heart. As the coalition broadened, the initial vision of the [March on Washington] narrowed. It officially remained a “March for Jobs and Freedom” but jobs and economic justice now fell lower on the list of demands. The original conception of a multi-event protest that included lobbying and civil disobedience was revised simply to include the march and a private meeting of organizational leaders with some members of Congress and the President.” . Source: "Marching for Jobs and Freedom" by @Out_History

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