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  1. When you will open your eyes, you will see the colours but when you will open your mind, you will see all the colours disappear… Let’s celebrate Juneteenth Independence Day by letting all the colours disappear and just hearts remain.
  2. The smart way to fight racism is to understand that the world is full of colours and to accept them is the best thing to do… Sending my love and lots of warm wishes on Freedom Day.. Have a wonderful day ahead!!!!
  3. Racism is like a diseases… a mental disease.. Which is a mental pigmentation.. Killing it is the best solution to this issue… Let’s fight this social issue and make a happy world.. Best wishes to you and your loved ones on Juneteenth.
  4. There is just one place where separating colours is the logical thing and that is laundry, let’s not do that with people.. Just love them all… Sending the best of my wishes on Juneteenth to you my dear.
  5. There will only be growth and prosperity, happiness and joy if we will world with colours but with their awesomeness and then there will be no difference… Best wishes to you on the occasion of Juneteenth Day.
  6. Freedom day is about setting our minds free from thoughts and things that hold us back from becoming successful in life… Let us embrace the difference in colours of our skins and celebrate our differences with respect and happiness.. Happy Juneteenth to you.
  7. No one learns to hate others by birth.. No one is born with discrimination against colours.. They learn it here… Let us not teach our coming generations the things that divide us but teach them things that unite us… Warm wishes to you on Juneteenth.
  8. Won’t it be wonderful when Black history and Native American history and Jewish history and all of U.S. history is taught from one book. Just U.S. history. — Maya Angelou
  9. Whenever I hear anyone arguing for slavery, I feel a strong impulse to see it tried on him personally. – Abraham Lincoln.
  10. Anytime anyone is enslaved, or in any way deprived of his liberty, if that person is a human being, as far as I am concerned he is justified to resort to whatever methods necessary to bring about his liberty again. — Malcolm X