Emancipation Proclamation Of Africans Americas Juneteenth the day slavery officially ended
By Lilain LBliss
Though slavery has officially ended one hundred and fifty-six years ago, being June 19, 1865, racism, mental slavery, African corrupt leaders, and looting of African resources to the western world to the detriment of Africans in modern slavery still lives on
Over 156 years after when the emancipation proclamation was issued and slavery was put to an end, the last slaves in the Texas United States of America were set free from bondage
Years after, modern slavery has indeed taken over and Africa National are the ones paying the price in harder ways
Africa is a great continent with over 1.3 billion people and about 55 countries, thousands of ethnic groups, and languages all in Africa, But with bad and corrupt leaders the glory days of Africa is yet to unfold
With all the challenges facing Africa at the moment, none is as dangerous as the continued corruption, looting of Africa resource by those elected to LEAD and make life easier in this part of the world.
With the freedom of information, communication sharing being threaten in Nigeria by the Government there, in Ethiopia also, Kenya, Cameroon, and ease where across Africa as a continent
Many other Africa Nations are in great danger including problems related to HUNGER, human rights abuses, and insecurity gripping the continent.
For all people regardless of their religion, gender, or sexual orientation. There are also issues related to pandemic diseases, violent extremism, and terrorism, climate change, and equality, as well as economic opportunities for girls and women.
Africa also presents the world with opportunities, including its vast natural and human resources and monumental economic opportunities.
It also has the youngest population of any continent. Africa can be much more if given the international attention and help that it needs. And Africans are hard-working people, not just hard-working people, Africans irrespective of the corrupt leaders, majority of Africans are good people
Who thrive day and night when given the right tools and opportunities. our portal digital news section of AfriNOTES.com are doing good likewise the eLearning sections, connecting Africans to the world in Africa to America tiers
To Africans America, Yesterday being June 19 was a great day as the American Government lead by President Joe Biden Declare June 19 a National day of Holiday. Watch the Video Below
It was Years ago, about one hundred and fifty-six years, being June 19, 1865, the human slave trade business was put to an end, and Here is his voice of President Joe Biden speech in text transcript, credit to Mbonu Watson C Reporter, Afrinotes Africa Multipurpose Portal.
In President Joe Biden’s Voice, One hundred and Fifty-six years, Ago, one hundred and fifty-six years, being June 19, 1865, a Major General of the Union Army arrived in Galveston Texas to enforce the Emancipation Proclamation, and free the last enslaved Americans in Texas from bondage.
A day, as you all know, and I’II repeat some of what was said, became known as Juneteenth, you all know that. A day that reflects what the Psalm tells us, ”Weeping may endure for a night but joy cometh in the morning”
Juneteenth marks both the long hard night of slavery and subjugation and a promise of a brighter morning to come
This is a day of profound in my view- profound weight and profound power. A day in which we remember the moral stain and the terrible toll that slavery took on the country, and continues to take, what I have long called America’s original sin.
At the same time, I also remember the extraordinary capacity To Heal and to hope, and to emerge from, from those painful moments and bitter, bitter version of ourselves, but to make a better version of ourselves.
Writing about Juneteenth happens to be our top story for today, follows by the death of Kenneth Kaunda, Zambia’s first president who kept his grip on power for 27 years
He died on Thursday the 17th day of June 2021, at a military hospital in Lusaka, the capital of Zambia, a country in southern Africa where he was being treated for pneumonia.
He died at the age of 97 years old and the Government authorities in Zambia have declared 21 days of mourning for a man who grips power for 27 years
The announcement to mourn him for good 27 days comes after his death was announced by President Edgar Lungu of Zambia. Kaunda is being remembered at home and abroad as the patriarch of African independence from white SLAVERY, oppression, and domination in Africa.
His passing came on the same day U.S. President Joseph R. Biden Jr. signed legislation making Juneteenth, or June 19, a federal holiday. The day commemorates the end of slavery in the United States.
Juneteenth more specifically marks the end of slavery in Texas on June 19, 1865, when enslaved Black people in Galveston, Texas, were told they had been freed by the Emancipation Proclamation, more than two years after President Abraham Lincoln signed it in 1863.
It has taken the United States roughly 160 years to fully acknowledge its barbaric and racist past towards Black people, an event President Joe Biden Called America original sin
His action to make June 19 a national day of holiday across American soil was a great step in the right direction that also took a courageous president Joe Biden to admit and the majority of people around the world to acknowledge this singular step from the Biden lead administration as a welcome development
To heal the bitterness was his focus, a time has come we all need to come together and heal these years of bitterness for a better tomorrow with a better us and that of our children’s generation to come. To say this happened and we need to acknowledge it and do better, we are making June 19 a National day of Holiday across the united state of America
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