(WAVY) — Juneteenth marks the official end of slavery in America.
It is a time to celebrate freedom for all.
The images from this past week illustrate our continued conversation about our past, and how it may light the way for the future.
- Family of 3 displaced following house fire in Suffolk; family pets still missing
- Burger King tweets ‘women belong in the kitchen’ on International Women’s Day
- Police: Woman abducted, robbed after friend asked to borrow $50
- Overturned tractor-trailer closes entrance and exit to Southwest Suffolk Bypass, injures nearby motorists
- 10 On Your Side’s Coats for Families campaign sets new record