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Recognizing Juneteenth

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Its Real Talk Radio

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Tonight, on It's Real Talk Radio, we will be acknowledging Juneteenth, its history and its impact on Blacks in America. Juneteenth has recently received media exposure and many Americans who knew nothing or very little about it, have now been introduced to the tradition. Juneteenth is a day of remembrance for all Black Americans as it symbolizes freedom. 47 of the 50 U.S. sates celebrate or acknowledge Juneteenth. The 3 states that don't acknowledge Juneteenth are North Dakota, South Dakota and Hawaii.

Since the senseless killings of George Floyd and more recently Rayshard Brooks along with other innocent/unarmed Black men and women, America has started to acknowledge the pain and suffering of Blacks that date all the way back to slavery. Many Americans are fed up and have now joined the fight to conquer systemic racism, racial profiling, police brutality and other forms of mistreatment of Black Americans. 2020 has brought more awareness to these deeply rooted issues than most of us can remember.

Join us tonight as we pay homage to a day that symbolizes freedom of Black Americans. We encourage those of you who are still unfamiliar with this day to do your research. You will learn a lot about American history and how deeply rooted historical events have damaged Blacks for generations. You will also learn how resilient Blacks are as they fought long and hard for their freedom and eventually racial equality (which is still an ongoing battle). As always, you know the crew will hold no punches and spare no one! It Just Got Real!

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