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 Kiara Yakita, founder of Black Liberation Movement Central Ohio, poses for a photo at Goodale Park on June 16, 2021.
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This year’s Juneteenth holiday celebrated tomorrow marks a year of firsts — organizations hosting their first ever celebrations, Franklin County and the city of Columbus making it a paid holiday, and the United States making it a federal holiday. Local organizations and leaders spoke about the holiday’s significance this year, especially after a year of trauma in the Black community.
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