Where we celebrate President Lincoln’s signing of a resolution that became the 13th Amendment, ending slavery. On this day the US Department of the State has committed to Deepening The Resolve to Fight Human Trafficking. And, as we proceed forward into Black History Month, we encourage you to reflect on heroes of past and present who have carried on the fight for freedom and equality. Such as Carter G. Woodson, a prominent historian and author, who created the celebration of Black History, that used to be a week to honor the vast contributions Black Americans made to American society, then nearly six decades later in 1976, President Ford officially recognized February as Black History Month.
Each year on the fourth of July, people across the country celebrate Independence Day with patriotic displays, parades, fireworks, and backyard bar-b-ques. If your July 4th celebration involves catching up