“Juneteenth has long been a day for African Americans to celebrate and reflect on the moment when our ancestors finally learned that they were free,” said Attorney General James. “It’s a day to recognize how far we have come, but also to understand how far we have to go. Over the past year, Black-owned small businesses have been disproportionately impacted by the pandemic, and it’s up to us to help support these bedrocks of our community.” Read More in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle