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It was a great shame that the United States, which celebrated George Washington's birthday as President's Day, did not have a public holiday related to the abolition of slavery, one of the most important events in the history of the USA. It's nice to finally make up for it, albeit late. If there is one day to celebrate, it is the day when racism and slavery were abolished. Congratulations.

U.S. President Joe Biden passed the law that would make June 19, the "Juneteenth", a "federal holiday", which is celebrated to commemorate the anniversary of the abolition of slavery in the country in 1865. uneteenth' is one of the oldest holidays in the USA, celebrating the abolition of slavery, which lasted more than 200 years.

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