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National Freedom Day 2018

National Freedom day is celebrated on February 1st in the United States of America. It’s the day when you will have a holiday for National Freedom. National Freedom day is conceptualized with the intention to promote harmony, good feelings and equal opportunity among all the people and to remember that all the citizens of United States devoted to the idea of freedom.

Major Richard Robert Wright Sr. is the person who fought for the National Freedom Day. National Freedom Day is chosen by Wright on Feb 1st, because in 1865 it was the day when president, Abraham Lincoln signed the 13th Amendment to the Constitution. Mr. Richard Robert Wright had brought together some National and local leaders to write a bill announcing “National Freedom Day” on February 1st.

The 13th Amendment is a very important Amendment which outlawed Slavery from the written law in the United States of America. In 1948, President Harry Truman signed the bill making it official.
On this National Freedom day, the Unites States honors the quality of spirits that enables to face danger without showing fear, resolve and hope maintained, by those auxiliary, activity of Freedom Was and moves ahead to be Unceasing. On February 1st, 1942 it was commemorated, but it was not an official holiday.

On this Day, most of the towns celebrate like festivals, whereas some other citizens bring back on the freedoms that United States honors and to recognize the goodwill of the United States. From many years at the Liberty Bell Wreath-laying has been a tradition to mark National Freedom Day. Symbols of the national Freedom Day include a theme of Freedom for all Americans.

When Wright got his Freedom he became a successful business man and a Community leader in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The United States President will issue annually a Proclamation on the National Freedom day. Other proceedings incorporate annual breakfasts, luncheons, musical entertainment, film screenings, and literature meetings that travel around the theme about freedom.

Instructions to do on National Freedom Day:

Research on some anti-slavery activists like Martin Luther King Jr. and Ralph Nadar and take commitment to disputant who advocates that you hadn’t heard before.
Gain knowledge on the countries that don’t have proper laws abolishing the slavery. Get educated about other citizen’s experience with legalized slavery.

Celebrate The National freedom day in a big fashion as you do Independence Day. Do a party, fireworks and fell proud that you live in a country where there is no legal slavery.
Try to put as much effort as you can to end the illegal human slavery and trafficking. Give your time and donations to make a difference in the country by eliminating slavery.

You should request for a community celebration by contacting local tourism. You should bring the neighbors, schools to play some dramatic plays which bring life to end the slavery.


“We are free only if we face the challenge of freedom,
do the work of freedom, fight the fight of freedom
and die the death for freedom.”
– Charles G. Adams

“Freedom is the right to live as we wish.”
– Epictetus

“Only free men can negotiate;
prisoners cannot enter into contracts.
Your freedom and mine cannot be separated.”
– Nelson Mandela

“Those who deny freedom to others deserve it not for themselves.”
– Abraham Lincoln

“Education is the key to unlock the golden door of freedom.”
– George Washington Carver

“Government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from this Earth.”
– Abraham Lincoln

“The only way to deal with an unfree world
is to become so absolutely free
that your very existence is an act of rebellion.”
– Albert Camus

“A Bill of Rights is what the people are entitled to against every government,
and what no just government should refuse, or rest on inference.”
– Thomas Jefferson

“To know how to free oneself is nothing;
the arduous thing is to know what to do with one’s freedom.”
– Andre Gide

“Conformity is the jailer of freedom and the enemy of growth.”
– John F. Kennedy