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About Emancipation Day
The Emancipation Day celebrated in Bahamas on first Monday of every August. Today is celebrates to the mark of the freedom of the slaves from the tyranny and cruel rule of their white masters. Emancipation is the freeing of someone from the control of another on this day in the Bahamas us as a Black nation celebrates the emancipation of slaves, which took place August 1st, 1834 in the British Empire. Mainly the celebrations concentrated in Fox Hill village, Nassau. Junkanoo festival is the famous festival in Bahamas it is similar to costumed parades at carnival. The Junkanoo day is starts off with an early morning "Junkanoo Rushout"a dance. In this time the people explain their enthusiastic and extravagant festivities.
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