June 19, 1865 — Juneteenth: General Order No. 3, by Major-General Gordon Granger

"On June 19, 1865, Major General Gordon Granger landed at the port of Galveston to extend Union military and civil authority over Texas. The most controversial and far-reaching of his civil edicts, General Order No. 3, enforced the terms of the Emancipation Proclamation and liberated more than 200,000 Black slaves. That event is commemorated today as Juneteenth."

September 10, 1989 ⁠— Donald Trump’s harmful ignorance, by Clarence Page

"For Donald Trump to say on national television that young, educated blacks have 'an actual advantage,' even in this seemingly enlightened age, is ludicrous enough to be injurious to this country`s already poisoned racial atmosphere. To claim that he actually would 'prefer' to be one only adds insult to the injury."