The History Of Juneteenth [EXCLUSIVE]

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2 years after Abraham Lincoln declared slavery was over 3.1 million slaves in the confederate states celebrated. The last slaves to find out were in Galverston, Texas. TJ spoke about how a lot of people don’t know about this holiday and how some towns do parades or events.

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