Doodle at Google's Juneteenth underscores the family and fatherhood of black people.

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Doodle at Google's Juneteenth underscores the family and fatherhood of black people.

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This year's holiday commemorates the end of the slave trade in the United States. Come with Father's Day with special significance. Besides being Father's Day Sunday is also the tenth of June. It is an annual holiday celebrated every June 19th to commemorate the end of slavery in the US. To celebrate both occasions, Google created a doodle that emphasizes family and fatherhood. skin color while exploring the meaning of liberation and freedom

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The holiday celebrated the day in 1865 when Major General Gordon Granger of the Union Army arrived in Galveston, Texas, to read a federal decree abolishing the institution of slavery on state property.Slavery was abolished in Confederate states two years ago when President Abraham Lincoln issued an emancipation proclamation declaring

Everyone who is held in slavery ... will always be like this." But Texas, a state in which slavery was held, continued. Geographically distant from Washington, D.C. At a time when news travels slowly Although Lincoln's decree abolished slavery in the Confederate States That order is still legal and practiced in the union border states of Delaware and Kentucky. Until the 13th Amendment was ratified in December 1865.
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