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US: Address Slavery’s Legacy on Juneteenth

Click to expand Image A demonstrator kneels facing a police line in front of the White House while protesting the police killing of George Floyd. Washington, DC, May 31, 2020. © 2020 Samuel Corum/AFP via Getty Images (Washington, DC) – Officials across the United States should commemorate Juneteenth, a day honoring the declaration abolishing slavery, by considering and supporting laws and policies to address structural and other forms of racism in the US, Human Rights Watch said today. If US President Donald Trump is serious about addressing police misconduct and ensuring justice for…

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