One Day Is Not Enough

Remembering beyond Juneteenth

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1800–1865

June 19th1865

August 28th, 1955

December 1st, 1955

August 28th, 1963

February 21st, 1965

Mar 7th, 1965 — Mar 21st, 1965

October 15th, 1966

December 12th, 1967

April 4th, 1968

April 29th, 1992

May 25th, 2020

Do you know what happend on these dates? Can you add more dates to this list of signicant points in Black history?

If you can’t answer yes to either of those questions…you may want to go searching for those answers.

Tas is an autistic, queer, nonbinary, person of color that a neurodivergent writer. They are advocates for social justice, and equality, and are scholars of life.

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