At the birthplace of Juneteenth, residents urge us to engage with honest history to build a just society.
The history of Juneteenth acknowledges hard history while also empowering students to be advocates for change.
Local history has a profound effect on our communities. It’s up to educators to learn and teach students about the hard history in their own backyards.
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