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First Federal Juneteenth Holiday Marked With Celebrations In MarylandFrom City Dock to Maryland Hall, it's a celebration. Car horns are blaring. Music is blasting with hundreds of demonstrators in the streets. It's Juneteenth and this one is special. A year when the country has witnessed adversity, America has come to our State Capital for this parade on a day of unity.
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Baltimore Implements Street Closures, Parking Restrictions To Manage Fells Point ViolenceGun fire has erupted the past two weekends in Fells Point, but tonight, city officials say they have the resources in place to prevent more violence.
America To Observe Juneteenth For The First Time As A Federal HolidayThis weekend, America is commemorating its newest federal holiday. Juneteenth marks the moment in 1865 when the last enslaved people in America found out they were indeed free.
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