So by now, if you don’t know what Juneteenth is, you’ve at least heard of it. And this post honestly isn’t here to educate you. I want you to do that for yourself. As a matter of fact, if you aren’t sure what it is and why people celebrate it, I want you to STOP READING THIS, go research Juneteenth, and then come back here and answer the title question. But to those that are already familiar with Juneteenth and recognize and/or celebrate it, I would like to get your thoughts on celebrating it in 2019. How do you celebrate? Why do you celebrate? Is it still relevant? Have you really studied it or are you just on the bandwagon?
In 2019, is there still a reason to celebrate Juneteenth? Please, continue reading the post and then share your thoughts. #MyBlackWasIsandWillAlwaysBeBeautiful
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Over 75,000 missing black people and the continuous disappearance of young black girls, wage gaps, housing and employment inequality
Why do you celebrate?