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'The Grandmother of Juneteenth' honored in San Antonio
Legacy Lives Here: The National Juneteenth Museum
A look at the coming museum, as envisioned by the Grandmother of Juneteenth, Ms. Opal Lee. Plus: How will it transform Fort Worth's Historic Southside neighborhood?
Juneteenth 1865-2023: Freedom to learn
Juneteenth 2023 dives into education before, during and after slavery; the creation of HBCUs, its significance, and how Juneteenth is being taught today.
Juneteenth: Sharing the significance and celebrating freedom
Sharing the history and significance of Juneteenth, as well as the different ways to celebrate and commemorate freedom.
Juneteenth 1865-2022: The Pursuit of Economic Equality
KHOU 11's second Juneteenth documentary, "Juneteenth: The Pursuit of Economic Equality," highlights the lasting financial impact of Juneteenth on Black Americans.
Juneteenth: The history, importance and how to celebrate
A look at the history and origin of the federal holiday Juneteenth, as well as discussing Black pride and how to mark the holiday.
The 'Grandmother of Juneteenth,' civil rights icon Opal Lee honored with portrait at Texas Senate
The recognition signifies her continuous efforts in the community and helping lead the movement that resulted in Juneteenth becoming a national holiday.
Original Juneteenth museum burns in overnight blaze
The building was home to the original Juneteenth Museum for close to 20 years and was run by Miss Opal Lee.
Juneteenth is today: Here's its 150-year history
The Emancipation Proclamation was issued in 1863 -- but a quarter of a million people in Texas were enslaved for years longer.
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