Juneteenth commemorates the end of slavery, as June 19 was the day enslaved people in Texas learned they were free. Now a federal holiday, the actual practices for marking the day still vary widely.

Business As Usual Or Taking The Day Off: Workplace Recognition Of Juneteenth Varies

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