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Five young descendants of Frederick Douglass read and respond to excerpts of his famous speech, "What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?" which asks all of us to consider America's long history of denying equal rights to Black Americans.
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frederick douglass' speech
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@MSNBC
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tom brokaw
native american objections
mt. rushmore
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want their land back
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@The Root -Juneteenth isn't just an obscure black holiday. It should be an American celebration!
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@TheEllenShow -Michael Evans Behling, Samantha Logan and Bre-Z from "All American" যোগদান staffer Sierra in this episode of "Tok It Out," in conversation about everything from peaceful protesting, to police brutality.
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@Elvis Presley
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@Supaman
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@Supaman
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@Supaman - Supaman and world champion dancer Acosia Red Elk team up on this visually stimulating video for the song called "Why" which is featured on Supaman's album "ILLUMINATIVES". Directed দ্বারা Tom Clement
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@ESPN -The ESPYS hosts implore everyone to come together to fight for justice and equality...💛✊✊🏻✊🏽✊🏾✊🏿💛
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russell wilson
megan rapinoe
sue bird
unity against racial injustice
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@Peacock -This 31-year-old movie is as relevant today as when it debuted in 1989. On Juneteenth, and every day, we champion Black voices. #DoTheRightThing #BLM
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story of প্রণয় and hate
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