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Commemorating Juneteenth

Commemorating Juneteenth

Public Statement

Deputy is committed to advancing racial, social, and economic justice. To uphold this commitment, we will observe Juneteenth as a paid company holiday for all United States-based employees going forward – a year after it became a federal holiday in the U.S. 

It was on June 19, 1865, that Black slaves were legally freed in the U.S. And while the fight for racial equality is far from over, we hope Deputies around the world will take time to reflect and honor the liberation of Black slaves in this country. 

Deputy stands in solidarity with the Black community and supports efforts to dismantle racism and injustice. Equality is a right – not a privilege. 

Kendal Pektas
Kendal Pektas Senior Manager, Public Relations



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