“A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin, and culture is like a tree without roots.” — Marcus Garvey
Here’s some early American History for y’all since so many of my people were looking at me crazy and confused when I said “Happy Juneteenth” to them today. I love, study, and research history heavily, and being a Native Black African American(Descendant of Slaves) here in America, I felt the need to educate some. Now with that being said family, “Juneteenth” is the oldest known celebration acknowledging the ending of “Chattel Slavery” of Africans in the United States. It’s celebrated on June 19th, because it was on June 19th 1865, In Galveston, TX that Union Soldiers led by Major General Gordon Granger came with the news that the Civil War had ended and that the slaves were now free. Now this was two and a half years after President Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation, and another true fact that contributed greatly to the Emancipation Proclamation were the Gullah Geechee Wars(1739-1859); and there’s a lot more tied into all of this history as well that you can research yourself to caught up and enlightened on some crucial early American History. Remember family, the physical chains may have been removed, but as a collective, we still need to work on removing the mental chains, spiritual chains, and emotional trauma that remain as a result of the horrific “Chattel Slavery” that our Ancestors had to endure.
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