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Growing movement to recognise Juneteenth as holiday

Juneteenth has been celebrated by African Americans for more than 150 years. That's ever since word of President Abraham Lincoln's declaration to end slavery finally reached the southern slave states. Now, as the country faces up to its ingrained racial injustice, some states are holding up Juneteenth as a second Independence Day. Yasmine El-Sabawi reports.

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Footage of police leading black man by a rope sparks outrage

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African-American History | Politics | Showcase

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Trump criticises Black Lives Matter protesters

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Huawei executive lands in China after deal with US

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