Pasa por Aquí | columns by Sean Cardinalli
Juneteenth and Violence, Revisited
Wed, Jun 1, 2022, 8:27am | By Sean Cardinalli
Juneteenth is once again on the horizon. It reminds of emancipation. It is characterized by celebration. It is rooted in Black freedom delayed and so, therefore, denied. Our Black freedom is still delayed...
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