Civil Rights Icon Opal Lee, grandmother of Juneteenth, celebrates birthday with day of service
ByFunAsia 09 Oct 2022 10:00 AM 61
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Civil Rights Icon Opal Lee commended her 96th birthday celebration Friday, and she denoted the event by returning to work with a day of administration for her birthday end of the week.

There were various ways for volunteers to contribute Saturday morning.

Some worked at Opals Homestead, the metropolitan ranch named in her honor.
It attempts to help ignored networks.
Others chipped in at the Local area Food Bank or dropped off things.
Individuals likewise joined lee for a Stroll for Craving.
"I'm blown away, as the kids would agree. We can do a lot, and we will continue to make it happen. What's more, I will continue strolling and continue to talk until we finish some of it," Lee said.
"This month is the groundwork for the food bank for Thanksgiving; however, since Coronavirus has happened, there's been an increment need for food and food storage spaces," said Fire up. Karen Harris is a chief facilitator for the Local area Food Bank.
Lee's birthday end of the week began Friday with loved ones' social affair to watch the Nobel Harmony Prize declaration.
She was chosen for her lifetime of work in correspondence and the drive to make Juneteenth a public occasion.
Even though she didn't win, she said being named was a significant privilege.

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