Statue of Jesus Christ smeared with brown paint during Detroit’s race riot July, 1967.
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“Education helps one case cease being intimidated by strange situations.” - Maya Angelou
The Watch Night Services in Black communities that we celebrate today can be traced back to gatherings on December 31, 1862, also known as “Freedom’s Eve.” On that night, Blacks came together in churches and private homes all across the nation, anxiously awaiting news that the Emancipation Proclamation actually had become law. Then, at the stroke of midnight, it was January 1, 1863, and all slaves in the Confederate States were declared legally free.