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Chapter 282 President, Anthony W. Lee, JD  

Dear Chapter 282,

As we celebrate Juneteenth tomorrow, a day of profound significance in American history, we are reminded of the enduring spirit of freedom and the ongoing journey toward equality and justice for all.


Juneteenth commemorates June 19, 1865, the day when the last enslaved African Americans in Galveston, Texas, were informed of their emancipation. This momentous day marked a new beginning and a promise of liberty that had been long-awaited.


As the President of NTEU Chapter 282, I urge each of us to reflect on the importance of this day. Juneteenth is not only a celebration of freedom but also a call to recognize the contributions, resilience, and cultural heritage of African Americans. It is a time to honor the past while continuing to work towards a future where the ideals of equity and inclusion are not just aspirations but realities for everyone.


Let us use this day to educate, to remember, and to foster an environment that upholds the dignity and rights of every individual. By acknowledging our history, we pave the way for genuine understanding and meaningful progress.


In solidarity and with hope for the future, we stand together. Let's honor Juneteenth by committing ourselves to the principles of justice and equality that define the best of who we are as a nation and as a community.

Join our union movement today:

In Solidarity,

Anthony Lee

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