Kevin Jackson and Thomas Lifson remind us of this little milestone over at American Thinker:
A sesquicentennial is a really big deal! A century and a half ago, something happened that affects us today. So why was the abolition of slavery in the United States (if that isn’t a big deal, what is?) worthy of almost no attention when it marked its sesquicentennial on January first, 2013?
In the words on MLK, Jr, “Free at last, free at last, thank God almighty we are free at last,” yet there were no celebrations of freedom in the black community. No PSA from Samuel L. Jackson, Spike Lee, Chris Rock, Jamie Foxx, Beyonce or any other black notables recognizing this important date when the United States Government officially declared that slavery was finished in the United States.
Read the rest at American Thinker: