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Common Dreams: “I’s Free, I’s Free”: Let The Story Be Told

Aptly for a nation built on racism, Juneteenth marks not the actual day enslaved black Texans were declared free but the day Union troops bothered to tell them they were free – months after the Civil War ended, and two years after Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation. Today, black Americans beset by newly bold white supremacy, from the erasure of their history to the erosion of their voting rights, fight back with rage, truth, art, protest, but are still moved to ask: “How long must we sing this song?”

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