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History of Juneteenth and Environmental Justice

Juneteenth (also known as Emancipation Day and African-American Freedom Day) marks the day over 2 years later on June 19, 1865 when word of the emancipation reached slaves in Galveston, Texas. 4th of July does not hold the same meaning and pride for American slaves because they weren’t free themselves.

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Springtime is Frog Time!

By Jim White, Delaware Nature Society Senior Fellow for Land and Biodiversity Everyone has their own personal harbinger of spring….

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