[Blackstudies-l] Race/Related: Juneteenth and the Celebration of Freedom

Maria Lima lima at geneseo.edu
Sat Jun 20 11:11:52 EDT 2020


Gov. Andrew Cuomo of New York signed an executive order on Wednesday making
Juneteenth a holiday
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June 20, 2020
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Danita Coleman, her husband Charles, their daughter Celestine, and their
goddaughter April Dyson, hold’s Celestine’s dog Maya in Washington. The
family celebrates Juneteenth each year.Cheriss May for The New York Times
Juneteenth, and the Celebration of Freedom

Gov. Andrew Cuomo of New York signed an executive order on Wednesday making
Juneteenth a holiday for state employees; the same goes for tech companies
like Twitter, and even where I work, at The New York Times. This year,
Juneteenth,
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a holiday that celebrates the arrival of the news of emancipation from
slavery, seems to be a bigger deal across the nation.
Demonstrators at the Port of Seattle in Washington which is closed for 8
hours by longshoremen marking the Juneteenth holiday on Friday.Ruth
Fremson/The New York Times

But there’s a conversation I’ve been having with my friends: Is celebrating
this holiday enough to begin to fix all that’s so very broken? And, one
tick further, is the national embrace of what has been known as the
African-American Independence Day a dangerous idea? Some people wonder — if
we sip on our traditional red drinks
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as we socially distance on screens and porches — will we be lulled into
feeling more free than we really are?
Thousands march in downtown Atlanta during Juneteenth celebrations.Joshua
Rashaad McFadden for The New York Times

Saidiya Hartman, the author of “Wayward Lives, Beautiful Experiments” and a
2019 MacArthur “genius” grant winner whose work explores the “afterlife of
slavery in modern American society,” said: “How to live a free life, how
one can live, is the pressing question for black folks in the wake of
slavery’s formal end.” Ms. Hartman said that imagining a freer life and a
more just society has been the purpose of generations of black people since
the days of Reconstruction.

I couldn’t agree more. As someone who has celebrated Juneteenth for a long
time, I think we need it now — not in lieu of the freedom, justice and
equality we are still fighting for — but in addition, because we have been
fighting for so very long.

The elemental sermon embedded into the history and lore of Juneteenth has
always been one of hope. The gifts of the holiday are the moments of
connection, renewal and joy for a people who have had to endure so much,
for so long.

To me, Juneteenth matters because it says: Keep going, the future you want
is coming.
Emancipation Day, June 19, 1900 in Eastwoods Park in Austin, Texas.Grace
Murray Stephenson, via Austin History Center, Austin Public Library
Original Juneteenth Announcement

>From our print archives: Read Maj. Gen. Gordon Granger’s order
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from June 19, 1865 in Galveston, Texas, which put the Emancipation
Proclamation into effect, more than two-and half-years after President
Abraham Lincoln first issued the executive order.

[Read more: A special collection of Juneteenth essays, poetry, articles and
photography.
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Supporters of DACA rally in San Diego, Calif. on Thursday after the U.S.
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Marisol Montejano, who was brought illegally to the country from Mexico as
a toddler, could not have pursued her dream of becoming a high school
teacher without the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.

But with the temporary protection granted by DACA, Ms. Montejano had the
legal status to work two jobs, enabling her to earn enough to attend
California State University, San Bernardino, where she graduated this week
with a degree in math.
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It felt like a race against time: Since the early days of President Trump’s
administration, she and thousands of other beneficiaries of the program had
seen their hopes alternately rise and fall, sometimes in the span of weeks,
as Mr. Trump sought to end the program
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and the courts issued a series of complicated rulings on whether he could
do so.

On Thursday, the prolonged uncertainty facing more than 800,000 people who
have applied for DACA protection over the years was eased, when the Supreme
Court in a 5-4 decision ruled that the Trump administration did not offer
sufficient justification
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when trying to terminate the program.

[Read more from Miriam Jordan, a National correspondent, about Ms.
Montejano and other ”Dreamers.”
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