Juneteenth – Change has to start SOMEWHERE.

Many thanks to the authors of the following articles and the variety of sources they got such well informed perspectives from. I’d encourage everyone with interest in the topic to read the pieces in their entirety.

  1. Vonnegut, Kurt. Breakfast of Champions, or, Goodbye Blue Monday. New York: Dell Publishing, 1973.
  2. Daniella Silva @DaniellaLSilva, NBC News, “From Juneteenth to the Tulsa massacre: What isn’t taught in classrooms has a profound impact” 6-18-2020
    https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/juneteenth-tulsa-massacre-what-isn-t-taught-classrooms-has-profound-n1231442
  3. Fabiola Cineas @FabiolaCineas, VOX, “Juneteenth, explained” 6-18-2020
    https://www.vox.com/2020/6/18/21294825/history-of-juneteenth
  4. Natalie Chang, The Atlantic, “The Massacre of Black Wall Street” Accessed 6-20-2020
    www.theatlantic.com/sponsored/hbo-2019/the-massacre-of-black-wall-street/3217/

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