Juneteenth Freedom Day Flag
The flag was then revised in 2000 into the version we know today, according to the National Juneteenth Observation Foundation. Seven years later, the date "June 19, 1865" was added, commemorating the day that Union Army Maj. Gen. Gordon Granger rode into Galveston, Texas, and told enslaved African Americans of their emancipation. Celebrate Juneteenth and share the celebration with all who pass by.
- Vivid color with UV fade resistance
- Double stitched around the edge
- Canvas header with 2 brass grommets
- Fly in breeze
- Measures 3 x 5 feet