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Miznoz
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re: Poll: JUNETEENTH
Imagine if every cultural group demanded their own national holiday, or just any other cultural group in general.


I Bleed Garnet
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re: Poll: JUNETEENTH
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Imagine if every cultural group demanded their own national holiday, or just any other cultural group in general.


Would they close the market?


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Pavoloco83
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re: Poll: JUNETEENTH
I had heard the word. Wasnt cognizant of the event.


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madmaxvol
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re: Poll: JUNETEENTH
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I learned about it maybe 4-5 years ago.



This...


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NYCAuburn
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re: Poll: JUNETEENTH
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There is an annual Juneteenth thread on the OT board where mostly the same people claim to have never heard of it every year.




My wife came to me asking about it. I said pretty much the same thing. this happens every year

For the OP, I learned sometime in grade school, cant pinpoint what grade


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thatguy45
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re: Poll: JUNETEENTH
What college? Have never heard of juneteenth but then it wouldn't be relavent to what I studied at college


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3down10
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Poll: JUNETEENTH
How many people knew about this holiday before this year ? Now they want to make it a National Holiday. Is it the new Kwanzaa ?



Only found out about it recently due to the show Blackish(the most racist TV show I've ever watched for the record). And then shortly after that I started hearing about it more and more.

Don't even get me started on how stupid Kwanzaa is, along with the rest of that "Africa" stuff black people do. Do they not realize that it was actually the black people in Africa that captured them, took them from their villages and then sold them to white people? White people just bought them.

Slavery in Africa didn't end for years after it did in the US. And even after it ended "officially", it still carried on for another 50 years.



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