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Juneteenth 2022: Articles

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Gov Signs Legislation Making Juneteenth National Freedom Day an Official  State Holiday, Starting in 2022 – Kane County Connects

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Blanck, Emily. Galveston on San Francisco Bay: Juneteenth in the Fillmore District, 1945-2016. Western Historical Quarterly. Vol. 50. Issue 2. Summer 2019. 85-112.

Daaood, Kamau. Juneteenth. Black Renaissance/Renaissance Noire. Vol. 10, No. 2-3. Summer-Fall 2010. 45.

Hershey, Jon. On Juneteenth, Let's Celebrate the Atlases of Abolition. The Objective Standard. Vol. 16, no. 3. Fall 2021. 88+.

Hopkins, Heather M. Throw a Juneteenth Party. Footsteps. Vol. 6, no. 4. Sept-Oct. 2004. 32+.

Hume, Janice; Arceneaux, Noah. Public Memory, Cultural Legacy and Press Coverage of the Juneteenth Revival. Journalism History: Las Vegas. Vol. 34, Issue 3. Fall 2008. 155-162.

Jeffries, Judson L. Juneteenth, Black Texans, and the Case for Reparations. Negro Educational Review: Greensboro. Vol. 55, Issue 2/3. Apr-Jul. 2004. 107-115.

Krishnamoorthy, Aithal S. Juneteenth: A Novel for the New Millennium. American Studies International. Vol. 38, Issue 3. Oct. 2000. 115-121.

Nonini, Don. The Triple-Sidedness of 'I Can't Breathe': The COVID-19 Pandemic, Enslavement, and Agro-industrial Capitalism. Focaal. No. 89. Spring 2021. 114+.


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