The African Americans in my area celebrate June Teenth. I't was almost a year after the slave workers were freed that Texas authorities got around to telling them about it.
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But that is just an assumption. I think Memorial day should be seen (and I think is seen by a lot of Americans) as the day when the US remembers all fallen Americans in war, including the confederate American fatalities.
the First Amendment gives everyone “the right to be very critical of a Petty, handicapped mocking, unbalanced, whiny so-called President and criticize him strongly.”
Anyone can celebrate any holiday they want. If you don't like it, don't celebrate. It isn't like the body count from the regular Memorial Day is any lower. What is this, celebrating deaths you like and not celebrating deaths you didn't?