Taking ancestors from the mouths of opportunistic corporations using Juneteenth as a come up

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Now that Juneteenth has become a federal holiday, how do we define it in our own image?

We speak with Baba A. Todd Jackson on this installment of The Remedy Podcast. We talk about the spiritual practices that can be embedded into the day of celebration and recognizing the importance of elevating our ancestors who experienced the great losses during enslavement, and survived.

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