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It symbolizes the end of slavery. Juneteenth has come to symbolize for many African-Americans what the fourth of July symbolizes for all Americans -- freedom. It serves as a historical milestone reminding Americans of the triumph of the human spirit over the cruelty of slavery.What is Juneteenth and why do we celebrate?
The Juneteenth festival also known as Freedom Day or Emancipation is celebrated on 19th June to solemnize the dissolution of slavery in 1865 in Texas. It is an annual holiday in thirty seven states of the United States. The festival honors African American heritage.Is there a Juneteenth flag?
The Juneteenth flag is often displayed with the United States flag to symbolize that slavery is illegal. In Texas and some other southern states, the traditional drink on Juneteenth is Big Red soda. This variety of cream soda is a sweet, soft drink flavored with orange and lemon oils and vanilla.Who created the Juneteenth flag?
The Juneteenth Flag was created by former NJOF Massachusetts Juneteenth State Director and Founder of the National Juneteenth Celebration Foundation (NJCF), Ben Haith, in 1997. The flag underwent a revision in the year 2000 resulting in its’ present modern day design.