13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution

Dated: February 1 2024

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Annually celebrated on February 1st, National Freedom Day commemorates the crucial moment in 1865 when President Abraham Lincoln signed a resolution, paving the way for the 13th Amendment's ratification and the official abolition of slavery.

Today, National Freedom Day encourages reflection on the principles of liberty and equality, prompting individuals to consider the progress made since emancipation and the persistent efforts required to address systemic inequality. As we observe this day, we honor the commitment to freedom and justice, acknowledging the past and actively contributing to a more just and equal future. Woods Hometown Realty 928-237-4435 prescottazhomefinder.com

 

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