More About National Freedom Day

National Freedom Day is held annually on February 1st each year. The day honors in the United States the signing of a resolution by both the House and Senate and President Lincoln that later becomes the 13th amendment (outlaw slavery) to the US Constitution. Another important civil rights holiday, Martin Luther King Day became a national holiday in the early 1980's advancing civil rights and racial equality.

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February 1, 2025

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