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22 Jun 2024 8:25 PM | Dr. Nick Battle (Administrator)

This week, we celebrated Juneteenth, a day that marks the end of slavery in the United States. Emancipation was a long-fought battle led by African American abolitionists, but it's important to also remember the crucial role Afro-Latino abolitionists played in the fight for freedom.

A shared history of struggle and resistance unites us all, regardless of our background. It's important to recognize and honor the contributions of Afro-Latino abolitionists who fought tirelessly for the cause of freedom.

Let's take this Juneteenth as an opportunity to educate ourselves about our shared history and the diverse voices that contributed to the abolitionist movement. Together, we can continue the fight for equality and justice for all. #Juneteenth #EmancipationDay #AfroLatinoAbolitionists

Learn more about the history of Juneteenth and the contributions of Afro-Latino abolitionists in this insightful article:

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