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The 5th Annual
Juneteenth celebration," commemorating the announcement of the abolition of slavery in the U.S. on June 19th in

Galveston, Texas in 1865 - Wikipedia, kicked off at Forest Hill Park in Durham, NC on June 20th " on the good foot" with music, community groups, medical and voter
Negative Impact of Racism on the self-esteem and well being of African-American Women.
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registration contacts, and vendors. The  Celebrants. were entertained with a variety of  music groups, the Durham  Chapter of the A Phillip Randolph Organization manned a voter registration and awareness booth,. "Fight like a Girl" - Duke University  Medical  Center manned a booth on breast  cancer stressing awareness of  a program for uninsured and under insured women and the   importance of self examination for women  below 40 years old and those with large tissue mass.  The United States Postal Service  released the Anna Julia Cooper stamp part of the Black Heritage collection in time for the celebration.  Video