Celebrating Juneteenth

Dating as far back to June 19, 1865, Juneteenth, continues to celebrate the Emancipation and Independence of Black Americans in the United States. It symbolizes a day of freedom which is significant to the official end of slavery.

On June 17th, both the Senate and House established the Juneteenth National Independence Day Act, which was signed into law by President Joe Biden; officially making Juneteenth the 11th federal holiday amongst Christmas and Thanksgiving Day etc.

You can show your support and celebrate Juneteenth by spreading the word, supporting black-owned businesses, donating to local community organizations that supports Black Lives Matter and anti-racism, learn about the history of black americans, participate in Juneteenth events and celebrations, and much more.