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When will January 1,1863 Emancipation Proclamation Day be celebrated? “The January 1, 1863, Emancipation Proclamation Day” is annually celebrated on January 1st of each calendar year.

What is January 1,1863 Emancipation Proclamation Day? This first and only, non-governmental, We the People, civilian engineered, “The January 1, 1863, Emancipation Proclamation Day”, is the annual celebration of the the Hon. President Abraham Lincoln’s Presidential Executive Order #95, that ignited the eventual liberation of all American Africans, and their descendant children from the then, 1863, 245 years of unprecedented in world history, soul crushing, chattel slavery.  Chattel means living, human property!

This pivotal federal law caused an “about face” of the domestic, military conflict, commonly known as the United States, Civil War between Themselves (1861-1865), to that of the Union’s military’s complete liberation of American Africans from the then, 1776, inherited, British Empires’ 87 years, institutionalized, generations-destroying, chattel slavery industry, and the forever acknowledgement and maintenance of their freedom.

The National Day of “The Emancipation Proclamation”, serves as a yearly reminder of Creator GODs’ gift of freedom to all humanity, in stark contrast to traditional, “strongman” tyranny, which is a great irritant in the “Eye” of The Supreme Judge of the whole world.

This National Day celebrates the undesired, but of “necessity, the moral, military duty liberation of American Africans from chattel slavery, and subsequently, that of all other Americans, regardless of ethno-racial identification from the multi-generational scourge of this unprecedented form of human trafficking in world history.

Why was January 1,1863 Emancipation Proclamation Day created?

Thankful to The Most High GOD, as the first,official, legal step practice towards the redeeming, reconciling healing of the “racial wound” between white and black citizens, this National Day is created to acknowledge and celebrate the Emancipation Proclamation, as one of the most significant, federal laws in U.S. history, second only to the Declaration of Independence.

As such, the Emancipation Proclamation issued by President Lincoln, is considered the “Second or Part II” of the Declaration of Independence, penned by his Presidential mentor, the Hon. Thomas Jefferson, as the first declaration excluded American Africans,

Subsequently, it also stands as the second, most crucial National Holiday only after that of July 4th, celebrating the “first” birth of our exceptional, Union Republican Form of Government, “nation under GOD,” marked by the motto “E Pluribus Unum” – “Out of Many, One,” and “Novus Ordo Seclorum” – “New Order of the Ages.”

It was this January 1,1863, “new birth of freedom” in America, Declaration of Independence is anchored the founding fathers “appealing to the Supreme Judge of the World for the rectitude (moral correctness) of our intentions” to protect and defend the inalienable rights, amongst them of Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness (property, material and intellectual), which The Creator bestowed upon all of HIS human creations,

This National Day is the foundation of the forthcoming coming, next step for a federal government, non-four day, tax paid, National Holiday, being calendared on the same date as that of the January 1st, New Years Day, hence, the strategic wisdom of Abraham Lincoln.

Respectfully, and in appreciation of the other, black citizens oriented, federal holidays, of the Rev.-Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and Juneteenth, this National Day emphasizes the actual, distinct, first law of empowerment that granted American Africans freedom, which is now to be correctly and greatly celebrated, even in similar fashion to July 4th.

The Emancipation Proclamation Order is granted to Its’ Subject Beneficiaries, not because of to their race, i.e., skin color, etc., but rather, the non-American Dream experience by which they were brought, shackled in chains into America.

Such a unique inheritance bequeathed by President Lincoln 160 years to American Africans, now US, federal black citizens, is specifically for “any of them” in “any efforts that they might make for their actual freedom.”  (Sentence 2, B.)

How should January 1,1863 Emancipation Proclamation Day be celebrated or observed?

The National Day of “The January 1,1863 Emancipation Proclamation”, is celebrated by solemn vigils, parades, parties, music and speaking concerts, solemn ceremonies, etc., as all other such National Days, except it being a no tax paying, four days off work, as such already exist, being scheduled on New Years Day.

Also, the National, Emancipation Proclamation Day, legally and spiritually serves the sacred, unification of black citizens, in similar fashion as does the High and Holy Day for Israel and world Jewry of Yom Kippur, which unites them all as one people, under One GOD, ADONAI, Elohyim, ADONAI, Echod.

Who created this day? This National Day of “The January 1,1863, Emancipation Proclamation” was created and  in 2023 by American, social activists, et al, Ted and Theo Hayes of Justiceville; and Shai Abishoor of LIRM (Love Is Real Movement).

According to President Lincoln himself, the actual, federal act-law of January 1,1863, Emancipation Proclamation on New Years Day, is the subsequent result of the sacred covenant between President Abraham Lincoln, and GOD, The Creator and Central Figure of the Declaration of Independence.

“For many of our white brothers, as evidenced by their presence here today, have come to realize that their destiny is tied up with our destiny. And they have come to realize that their freedom is inextricably bound to our freedom.” (I Have A Dream – MLK,Jr.)