Updated: Aug 9
It was only a year ago that NH recognized June 19 as Juneteenth, the day we commemorate the end of slavery in America. Started as a state holiday in Texas in 1980, Juneteenth, sometimes referred to as Emancipation Day, is now celebrated in 45 states.
If you haven't had the chance to visit the Black Heritage Trail in Portsmouth, yet, you can beat the heat and do so virtually at http://blackheritagetrailnh.org. There are all kinds of fascinating things planned this weekend, so check it out!
The fight for freedom continues, and we are all part of the solution...Happy Juneteenth, Everybody! sm