The so-called "Juneteenth"-memorial day in the United States, a national holiday. For it has voted now Taylor Swift. From your stance on this issue, your employees will definitely benefit.
Los Angeles (Reuters) - Pop Star Taylor Swift (30) has spoken out on the "Juneteenth"commemoration day in memory of the slave liberation in the United States for a national holiday. On Instagram, the singer posted a Video in which the black journalist Danielle Young explains the importance of the day.
you have decided on the 19. To give June all your employees so that you can celebrate the freedom day. You and your family would continue to learn about the history of African-Americans and against racism and strong, said Swift. "Juneteenth" is celebrated in many US States, is one so far, but to the official, country-wide holidays.
Against the Backdrop of nationwide protests against racism and police violence in the United States, many people thought the Friday, the end of slavery more than 150 years ago. 19. June 1865, shortly after the American civil war, had proclaimed an appropriate proclamation in Texas, the end of slavery.
Taylor Swift on InstagramUpdated Date: 22 June 2020, 18:33