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About National Freedom Day
National Freedom Day is observed on February 1 in the United States. A former slave named Major Richard Robert Wright Sr. organized the movement for a national holiday that would commemorate President Abraham Lincoln's signing of the 13th Amendment (which outlawed slavery) into law on February 1, 1865. President Harry Truman proclaimed that every February 1 would celebrate National Freedom Day, but it was not proclaimed a federal holiday. National Freedom Day is often confused with Juneteenth, also known as Emancipation Day, which essentially celebrates the same ideas, but different specific events during the era that outlawed slavery.
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