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Juneteenth becomes federal holiday celebrating end of slavery in US

The US will officially recognize Juneteenth, which commemorates the end of slavery in America, as a federal holiday after Joe Biden signed a bill into law on Thursday.

At a jubilant White House ceremony, the president emphasized the need for the US to reckon with its history, even when that history is shameful.

“Great nations don’t ignore their most painful moments,” Biden said, before he established what will be known as Juneteenth National Independence Day. “Great nations don’t walk away. We come to terms with the mistakes we made. And remembering those moments, we begin to heal and grow stronger.”

Just before signing the bill, Biden added: “I’ve only been president for several months, but I think this will go down for me as one of the greatest honors I will have had as president.”

Kamala Harris, also in attendance,reflected on the historic nature of the day and the presence of Black lawmakers who worked diligently to advance the bill.

Harris, who is the first Black woman to serve as vice-president, told those at the White House for the bill signing: “We are gathered here in a house built by enslaved people. We are footsteps away from where President Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation.

“And we are here to witness President Joe Biden establish Juneteenth as a national holiday. We have come far, and we have far to go, but today is a day of celebration.”

Juneteenth commemorates the day in 1865 when news of the Emancipation Proclamation reached the people of Galveston, Texas, freeing slaves in the last rebel state. Abraham Lincoln had signed the Emancipation Proclamation in 1863, but the proclamation wasn’t enforced in Galveston until federal soldiers read it out on 19 June 1865.

Black Americans are rejoicing at the move, but many say more is needed to address systemic racism.

Republican-led states have enacted or are considering legislation that activists argue would curtail the right to vote, particularly for people of color. Legislation to address voting rights issues, and institute policing reforms demanded after the killing of George Floyd and other Black Americans, remains stalled in the Congress that acted swiftly on the Juneteenth bill.

“It’s great, but it’s not enough,” said Gwen Grant, president and CEO of the Urban League of Kansas City. “We need Congress to protect voting rights, and that needs to happen right now so we don’t regress any further,” she added. “That is the most important thing Congress can be addressing at this time.”

Federal recognition of Juneteenth also comes as Republican officials across the country move to ban schools from teaching students “critical race theory”, the history of slavery and the continuing impacts of systemic racism.

The Senate unanimously passed the bill earlier this week, but in the House, 14 Republicans voted against it.

Most federal workers will observe the holiday on Friday. The Washington DC mayor, Muriel Bowser, and Maryland governor, Larry Hogan, announced that state and city government offices would be closed on Friday in honor of Juneteenth. District of Columbia public schools will also be closed on Friday.

Before 19 June became a federal holiday, it was observed in the vast majority of states and the District of Columbia. Texas was first to make Juneteenth a holiday, in 1980.

In Texas, residents celebrated the role their state played in the historic moment.

“I’m happy as pink,” said Doug Matthew, 70, a former city manager of Galveston who has helped coordinate the community’s Juneteenth celebrations since Texas made it a holiday.

He credited the work of state and local leaders with paving the way for this week’s step by Congress.

“I’m also proud that everything started in Galveston,” Matthew said.

Pete Henley, 71, was setting up tables on Thursday for a Juneteenth celebration at the Old Central Cultural Center, a Galveston building that once was a segregated Black school. He said the Juneteenth holiday would help promote understanding and unity.

He said his family traced its roots back to enslaved men and women in the Texas city who were among the last to receive word of the Emancipation Proclamation.

“As a country, we really need to be striving toward togetherness more than anything,” Henley said. “If we just learn to love each other, it would be so great.”

Источник: https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2021/jun/17/juneteenth-slavery-federal-holiday-biden-signs-bill

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Nations observance 21 MarSundayInternational Day of ForestsUnited Nations observance 22 MarMondayWorld Water DayUnited Nations observance 23 MarTuesdayWorld Meteorological DayUnited Nations observance 24 MarWednesdayWorld Tuberculosis DayUnited Nations observance 24 MarWednesdayInternational Day for the Right to the Truth concerning Gross Human Rights Violations and for the Dignity of VictimsUnited Nations observance 25 MarThursdayInternational Day of Remembrance of Slavery Victims and the Transatlantic Slave TradeUnited Nations observance 25 MarThursdayInternational Day of Solidarity with Detained and Missing Staff MembersUnited Nations observance 25 MarThursdayMaryland DayLocal observanceMaryland26 MarFridayPrince Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole DayState holidayHawaii27 MarSaturdayPassover EveJewish holiday 27 MarSaturdayEarth HourWorldwide observance 28 MarSundayPalm SundayChristian 28 MarSundayHoliHindu Holiday 28 MarSundayPassover (first day)Jewish holiday 29 MarMondaySeward's DayState 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observance 22 AprThursdayEarth DayUnited Nations observance 22 AprThursdayOklahoma DayLocal observanceOklahoma22 AprThursdayTake our Daughters and Sons to Work DayObservance 23 AprFridayWorld Book and Copyright DayUnited Nations observance 23 AprFridayEnglish Language DayUnited Nations observance 24 AprSaturdayInternational Day of Multilateralism and Diplomacy for PeaceUnited Nations observance 25 AprSundayInternational Delegate's DayUnited Nations observance 25 AprSundayWorld Malaria DayUnited Nations observance 26 AprMondayWorld Intellectual Property DayUnited Nations observance 26 AprMondayInternational Chernobyl Disaster Remembrance DayUnited Nations observance 26 AprMondayConfederate Memorial DayState holidayAlabama, Georgia26 AprMondayConfederate Memorial DayState holidayMississippi26 AprMondayConfederate Heroes' DayLocal observanceFlorida28 AprWednesdayWorld Day for Safety and Health at WorkUnited Nations observance 30 AprFridayLag BaOmerJewish holiday 30 AprFridayOrthodox Good 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observance 13 MayThursdayAscension DayChristian 13 MayThursdayEid al-FitrMuslim 14 MayFridayNative American DayState ObservationWyoming15 MaySaturdayInternational Day of FamiliesUnited Nations observance 15 MaySaturdayPublic Lands DayState ObservationColorado15 MaySaturdayPeace Officers Memorial DayObservance 15 MaySaturdayArmed Forces DayObservance 15 MaySaturdayPreakness StakesSporting event 16 MaySundayInternational Day of Living Together in PeaceUnited Nations observance 16 MaySundayInternational Day of LightUnited Nations observance 17 MayMondayShavuotJewish holiday 17 MayMondayWorld Information Society DayUnited Nations observance 17 MayMondayTax DayObservance 19 MayWednesdayEmergency Medical Services for Children DayObservance 20 MayThursdayWorld Bee DayUnited Nations observance 20 MayThursdayWorld Autoimmune / Autoinflammatory Arthritis DayWorldwide observance 21 MayFridayWorld Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and DevelopmentUnited Nations observance 21 MayFridayInternational Tea DayUnited Nations observance 21 MayFridayNational Defense Transportation DayObservance 22 MaySaturdayInternational Day for Biological DiversityUnited Nations observance 22 MaySaturdayNational Maritime DayObservance 22 MaySaturdayHarvey Milk DayLocal observanceCalifornia23 MaySundayPentecostChristian 23 MaySundayInternational Day to End Obstetric FistulaUnited Nations observance 24 MayMondayWhit MondayChristian 25 MayTuesdayAfrican Liberation DayWorldwide observance 25 MayTuesdayNational Missing Children's DayObservance 26 MayWednesdayDay of VesakUnited Nations observance 29 MaySaturdayInternational Day of United Nations PeacekeepersUnited Nations observance 30 MaySundayTrinity SundayChristian 31 MayMondayWorld No Tobacco DayUnited Nations observance 31 MayMondayMemorial DayFederal Holiday 31 MayMondayDecoration DayState holidayAK, AL, AR, AZ, CA31 MayMondayJefferson Davis' BirthdayLocal observanceMississippi1 JunTuesdayGlobal Day of ParentsUnited Nations observance 1 JunTuesdayFirst Day of Pride MonthAnnual monthly observance 1 JunTuesdayFirst Day of Caribbean-American Heritage MonthAnnual monthly observance 1 JunTuesdayStatehood DayLocal observanceKentucky, Tennessee3 JunThursdayCorpus ChristiChristian 3 JunThursdayWorld Bicycle DayUnited Nations observance 3 JunThursdayJefferson Davis' BirthdayLocal observanceFlorida4 JunFridayInternational Day of Innocent Children Victims of AggressionUnited Nations observance 5 JunSaturdayWorld Environment DayUnited Nations observance 5 JunSaturdayInternational Day for the Fight against Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated FishingUnited Nations observance 5 JunSaturdayBelmont StakesSporting event 6 JunSundayDay of the Russian LanguageUnited Nations observance 6 JunSundayNative American DayState holidayArizona6 JunSundayD-DayObservance 7 JunMondayWorld Food Safety DayUnited Nations observance 7 JunMondayJefferson Davis' BirthdayState holidayAlabama8 JunTuesdayWorld Oceans DayUnited Nations observance 11 JunFridayKamehameha DayState holidayHawaii12 JunSaturdayWorld Day Against Child LabourUnited Nations observance 12 JunSaturdayLoving DayObservance 13 JunSundayInternational Albinism Awareness DayUnited Nations observance 13 JunSundayBunker Hill DayLocal observanceMassachusetts14 JunMondayWorld Blood Donor DayUnited Nations observance 14 JunMondayArmy BirthdayObservance 14 JunMondayFlag DayObservance 15 JunTuesdayWorld Elder Abuse Awareness DayUnited Nations observance 16 JunWednesdayInternational Day of Family RemittancesUnited Nations observance 17 JunThursdayWorld Day to Combat Desertification and DroughtUnited Nations observance 18 JunFridaySustainable Gastronomy DayUnited Nations observance 18 JunFridayDay off for JuneteenthFederal Holiday 18 JunFridayDay off for Juneteenth National Freedom DayState holiday17 states18 JunFridayDay off for JuneteenthHalf DayLouisiana19 JunSaturdayInternational Day for the Elimination of Sexual Violence in ConflictUnited Nations observance 19 JunSaturdayJuneteenthFederal Holiday 19 JunSaturdayJuneteenthState Observation15 states19 JunSaturdayJuneteenth DayState ObservationAK, AR, CA, CT, ME, MI, MN, MT, OK, UT, VT19 JunSaturdayJuneteenth National Freedom DayState holiday17 states19 JunSaturdayJuneteenthHalf DayLouisiana19 JunSaturdayJuneteenth National Independence DayState holidayDC, MA, MD, NY19 JunSaturdayEmancipation DayState holidayTexas20 JunSundayWorld Refugee DayUnited Nations observance 20 JunSundayFather's DayState holidayArizona20 JunSundayFather's DayObservance 20 JunSundayWest Virginia DayState holidayWest Virginia20 JunSundayAmerican Eagle DayObservance 20 JunSundayJune SolsticeSeason 21 JunMondayInternational Day of YogaUnited Nations observance 21 JunMondayInternational Day of the Celebration of the SolsticeUnited Nations observance 21 JunMondayWest Virginia Day observedState holidayWest Virginia23 JunWednesdayPublic Service DayUnited Nations observance 23 JunWednesdayInternational Widows' DayUnited Nations observance 25 JunFridayDay of the SeafarerUnited Nations observance 26 JunSaturdayInternational Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit TraffickingUnited Nations observance 26 JunSaturdayInternational Day in Support of Victims of TortureUnited Nations observance 27 JunSundayMicro-, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises DayUnited Nations observance 29 JunTuesdayInternational Day of the TropicsUnited Nations observance 30 JunWednesdayInternational Asteroid DayUnited Nations observance 30 JunWednesdayInternational Day of ParliamentarismUnited Nations observance 3 JulSaturdayInternational Day of CooperativesUnited Nations observance 4 JulSundayIndependence DayFederal Holiday 4 JulSundayIndependence DayState holidayAK, AL, AR, AZ, CA5 JulMondayDay off for Independence DayState holidayAK, AL, AR, AZ, CA5 JulMondayDay off for Independence DayFederal Holiday 11 JulSundayWorld Population DayUnited Nations observance 13 JulTuesdayNathan Bedford Forrest DayLocal observanceTennessee14 JulWednesdayBastille DayObservance 15 JulThursdayWorld Youth Skills DayUnited Nations observance 16 JulFridayRural Transit DayObservance 18 JulSundayTisha B'AvJewish holiday 18 JulSundayNelson Mandela DayUnited Nations observance 20 JulTuesdayEid al-AdhaMuslim 20 JulTuesdayWorld Chess DayUnited Nations observance 23 JulFridayPioneer Day observedState holidayUtah24 JulSaturdayPioneer DayState holidayUtah25 JulSundayWorld Drowning Prevention DayUnited Nations observance 25 JulSundayParents' DayObservance 27 JulTuesdayNational Korean War Veterans Armistice DayObservance 28 JulWednesdayWorld Hepatitis DayUnited Nations observance 30 JulFridayInternational Day of FriendshipUnited Nations observance 30 JulFridayWorld Day against Trafficking in PersonsUnited Nations observance 1 AugSundayColorado DayLocal observanceColorado1 AugSundayAmerican Family DayState holidayArizona4 AugWednesdayCoast Guard BirthdayObservance 4 AugWednesdayBarack Obama DayObservanceIllinois7 AugSaturdayPurple Heart DayObservance 9 AugMondayInternational Day of the World's Indigenous PeopleUnited Nations observance 9 AugMondayVictory DayState holidayRhode Island10 AugTuesdayMuharramMuslim 12 AugThursdayInternational Youth DayUnited Nations observance 13 AugFridayFriday the 13thWorldwide observance 15 AugSundayAssumption of MaryChristian 15 AugSundayNational Navajo Code Talkers DayState holidayArizona15 AugSundayNational Senior Citizens DayObservance 16 AugMondayBennington Battle DayState holidayVermont19 AugThursdayAshuraMuslim 19 AugThursdayWorld Humanitarian DayUnited Nations observance 19 AugThursdayNational Aviation DayObservance 20 AugFridayHawaii Statehood DayState holidayHawaii21 AugSaturdayRaksha BandhanHindu Holiday 21 AugSaturdayInternational Day of Remembrance of and Tribute to the Victims of TerrorismUnited Nations observance 22 AugSundayInternational Day Commemorating the Victims of Acts of Violence Based on Religion or BeliefUnited Nations observance 23 AugMondayInternational Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade and its AbolitionUnited Nations observance 26 AugThursdayWomen's Equality DayObservance 27 AugFridayLyndon Baines Johnson DayState holidayTexas29 AugSundayInternational Day against Nuclear TestsUnited Nations observance 30 AugMondayInternational Day of the Victims of Enforced DisappearancesUnited Nations observance 31 AugTuesdayInternational Day for People of African DescentUnited Nations observance 31 AugTuesdayInternational Overdose Awareness DayWorldwide observance 4 SepSaturdayWorld Sexual Health DayWorldwide observance 5 SepSundayInternational Day of CharityUnited Nations observance 6 SepMondayLabor DayState holidayAll6 SepMondayLabor DayFederal Holiday 7 SepTuesdayRosh HashanaJewish holiday 7 SepTuesdayInternational Day of Clean Air for Blue SkiesUnited Nations observance 7 SepTuesdayRosh HashanaState holidayTexas***8 SepWednesdayInternational Literacy DayUnited Nations observance 9 SepThursdayInternational Day to Protect Education from AttackUnited Nations observance 9 SepThursdayCalifornia Admission DayState holidayCalifornia*10 SepFridayGanesh ChaturthiHindu Holiday 10 SepFridayWorld Suicide Prevention DayWorldwide observance 11 SepSaturdayFirst Responders DayState ObservationNorth Carolina11 SepSaturdayPatriot DayObservance 11 SepSaturdayPatriot DayState ObservationAlaska11 SepSaturdayCarl Garner Federal Lands Cleanup DayObservance 12 SepSundayInternational Day for South-South CooperationUnited Nations observance 12 SepSundayNational Grandparents DayObservance 12 SepSundayConstitution Commemoration DayState holidayArizona13 SepMondayInternational Programmers' DayWorldwide observance 15 SepWednesdayInternational Day of DemocracyUnited Nations observance 16 SepThursdayYom KippurJewish holiday 16 SepThursdayInternational Day for the Preservation of the Ozone LayerUnited Nations observance 16 SepThursdayYom KippurState holidayTexas***17 SepFridayWorld Patient Safety DayUnited Nations observance 17 SepFridayStill's Disease Awareness DayWorldwide observance 17 SepFridayConstitution Day and Citizenship DayObservance 17 SepFridayNational POW/MIA Recognition DayObservance 18 SepSaturdayInternational Equal Pay DayUnited Nations observance 18 SepSaturdayAir Force BirthdayObservance 18 SepSaturdayNational CleanUp DayObservance 21 SepTuesdayFirst Day of SukkotJewish holiday 21 SepTuesdayInternational Day of PeaceUnited Nations observance 22 SepWednesdayEmancipation DayLocal observanceOhio22 SepWednesdaySeptember EquinoxSeason 23 SepThursdayInternational Day of Sign LanguagesUnited Nations observance 23 SepThursdayInternational Celebrate Bisexuality DayWorldwide observance 24 SepFridayNative American DayState ObservationCalifornia, Nevada24 SepFridayAmerican Indian Heritage DayState ObservationMontana, Texas24 SepFridayMichigan Indian DayState ObservationMichigan26 SepSundayInternational Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear WeaponsUnited Nations observance 26 SepSundayGold Star Mother's DayObservance 27 SepMondayLast Day of SukkotJewish holiday 27 SepMondayWorld Tourism DayUnited Nations observance 27 SepMondayAmerican Indian DayState ObservationTennessee28 SepTuesdayShmini AtzeretJewish holiday 28 SepTuesdayInternational Day for Universal Access to InformationUnited Nations observance 28 SepTuesdayWorld Rabies DayWorldwide observance 29 SepWednesdaySimchat TorahJewish holiday 29 SepWednesdayInternational Day of Awareness of Food Loss and WasteUnited Nations observance 29 SepWednesdayWorld Heart DayWorldwide observance 30 SepThursdayWorld Maritime DayUnited Nations observance 30 SepThursdayInternational Translation DayUnited Nations observance 1 OctFridayInternational Day of Older PersonsUnited Nations observance 1 OctFridayWorld Vegetarian DayWorldwide observance 2 OctSaturdayInternational Day of Non-ViolenceUnited Nations observance 4 OctMondayFeast of St Francis of AssisiChristian 4 OctMondayWorld Habitat DayUnited Nations observance 4 OctMondayFrances Xavier Cabrini DayState holidayColorado4 OctMondayChild Health DayObservance 5 OctTuesdayWorld Teachers' DayUnited Nations observance 6 OctWednesdayWorld Cerebral Palsy DayWorldwide observance 9 OctSaturdayWorld Post DayUnited Nations observance 9 OctSaturdayLeif Erikson DayObservance 9 OctSaturdayLeif Erikson DayLocal observanceColorado10 OctSundayWorld Mental Health DayUnited Nations observance 10 OctSundayChicago MarathonSporting event 11 OctMondayInternational Day of the Girl ChildUnited Nations observance 11 OctMondayColumbus DayState Legal HolidayTennessee11 OctMondayColumbus DayState holiday22 states11 OctMondayColumbus DayFederal Holiday 11 OctMondayFraternal DayState holidayAlabama11 OctMondayYorktown Victory DayState holidayVirginia11 OctMondayDiscoverers’ DayState ObservationHawaii11 OctMondayNative American DayState ObservationOklahoma11 OctMondayNative American DayState holidaySouth Dakota11 OctMondayIndigenous People's DayState Observation30 states11 OctMondayIndigenous People's DayState holidayDC, ME, NE, NM11 OctMondayIndigenous People's DayObservance 11 OctMondayAmerican Indian Heritage DayState holidayAlabama11 OctMondayBoston Marathon (Tentative Date)Sporting event 12 OctTuesdayWorld Spanish Language DayUnited Nations observance 13 OctWednesdayInternational Day for Natural Disaster ReductionUnited Nations observance 13 OctWednesdayNavy BirthdayObservance 14 OctThursdayDussehraHindu Holiday 14 OctThursdayWorld Sight DayWorldwide observance 15 OctFridayInternational Day of Rural WomenUnited Nations observance 15 OctFridayWhite Cane Safety DayObservance 15 OctFridayBoss's DayObservance 16 OctSaturdayWorld Food DayUnited Nations observance 16 OctSaturdaySweetest DayObservance13 states17 OctSundayInternational Day for the Eradication of PovertyUnited Nations observance 18 OctMondayAlaska DayState holidayAlaska19 OctTuesdayThe Prophet's BirthdayMuslim 24 OctSundayUnited Nations DayUnited Nations observance 24 OctSundayWorld Development Information DayUnited Nations observance 27 OctWednesdayWorld Day for Audiovisual HeritageUnited Nations observance 29 OctFridayWorld Stroke DayWorldwide observance 29 OctFridayNevada DayState holidayNevada31 OctSundayWorld Cities DayUnited Nations observance 31 OctSundayHalloweenObservance 1 NovMondayAll Saints' DayChristian 1 NovMondayWorld Vegan DayWorldwide observance 1 NovMondayFirst Day of Native American Heritage MonthAnnual monthly observance 2 NovTuesdayAll Souls' DayChristian 2 NovTuesdayInternational Day to End Impunity for Crimes against JournalistsUnited Nations observance 2 NovTuesdayElection DayObservance 2 NovTuesdayElection DayState holidayNew Jersey, Virginia3 NovWednesdayDiwali/DeepavaliHindu Holiday 4 NovThursdayDiwali/DeepavaliHindu Holiday 5 NovFridayWorld Tsunami Awareness DayUnited Nations observance 6 NovSaturdayInternational Day for Preventing the Exploitation of the Environment in War and Armed ConflictUnited Nations observance 7 NovSundayNew York City MarathonSporting event 7 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Television DayUnited Nations observance 25 NovThursdayInternational Day for the Elimination of Violence against WomenUnited Nations observance 25 NovThursdayThanksgiving DayState holidayAll25 NovThursdayThanksgiving DayFederal Holiday 26 NovFridayState HolidayState holidayGeorgia26 NovFridayPresidents' DayState holidayNew Mexico26 NovFridayLincoln's Birthday/Lincoln's DayState holidayIndiana26 NovFridayDay After ThanksgivingState holiday22 states26 NovFridayBlack FridayObservance 26 NovFridayAmerican Indian Heritage DayState holidayMaryland26 NovFridayNative American Heritage DayState holidayWashington26 NovFridayNative American Heritage DayObservance 28 NovSundayFirst Sunday of AdventChristian 29 NovMondayChanukah/Hanukkah (first day)Jewish holiday 29 NovMondayInternational Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian PeopleUnited Nations observance 29 NovMondayCyber MondayObservance 30 NovTuesdayDay of Remembrance for all Victims of Chemical WarfareUnited Nations observance 1 DecWednesdayWorld AIDS DayUnited Nations observance 1 DecWednesdayRosa Parks DayState ObservationAlabama1 DecWednesdayRosa Parks DayLocal observanceOhio, Oregon2 DecThursdayInternational Day for the Abolition of SlaveryUnited Nations observance 3 DecFridayInternational Day of Persons with DisabilitiesUnited Nations observance 4 DecSaturdayInternational Day of BanksUnited Nations observance 5 DecSundayInternational Volunteer Day for Economic and Social DevelopmentUnited Nations observance 5 DecSundayWorld Soil DayUnited Nations observance 6 DecMondayLast Day of ChanukahJewish holiday 6 DecMondaySt Nicholas DayObservance 7 DecTuesdayInternational Civil Aviation DayUnited Nations observance 7 DecTuesdayPearl Harbor Remembrance DayObservance 8 DecWednesdayFeast of the Immaculate ConceptionChristian 9 DecThursdayInternational Anti-Corruption DayUnited Nations observance 9 DecThursdayWorld Genocide Commemoration DayUnited Nations observance 10 DecFridayHuman Rights DayUnited Nations observance 11 DecSaturdayInternational Mountain DayUnited Nations observance 12 DecSundayInternational Day of NeutralityUnited Nations observance 12 DecSundayInternational Universal Health Coverage DayUnited Nations observance 12 DecSundayFeast of Our Lady of GuadalupeChristian 13 DecMondayNational Guard BirthdayObservance 15 DecWednesdayBill of Rights DayObservance 17 DecFridayPan American Aviation DayObservance 17 DecFridayWright Brothers DayObservance 18 DecSaturdayInternational Migrants DayUnited Nations observance 18 DecSaturdayArabic Language DayUnited Nations observance 20 DecMondayInternational Human Solidarity DayUnited Nations observance 21 DecTuesdayDecember SolsticeSeason 23 DecThursdayWashington's BirthdayState holidayGeorgia, Indiana24 DecFridayDay off for Christmas DayFederal Holiday 24 DecFridayDay off for Christmas DayState holidayAK, AL, AR, AZ24 DecFridayChristmas EveState holidayAR, KS*, KY, MI, NC, ND, OK, SC, TX, VA*, WI24 DecFridayChristmas EveObservance, Christian 25 DecSaturdayChristmas DayState holidayAK, AL, AR, AZ25 DecSaturdayChristmas DayFederal Holiday 25 DecSaturdayChristmas DayState holidayCalifornia26 DecSundayKwanzaa (first day)Observance 26 DecSundayDay After Christmas DayState holidayKS, NC, SC, TX27 DecMondayInternational Day of Epidemic PreparednessUnited Nations observance 31 DecFridayDay off for New Year's DayFederal Holiday 31 DecFridayDay off for New Year's DayState holidayAll except MA, MS, NY, RI, TX, WI31 DecFridayNew Year's EveObservance 31 DecFridayNew Year's EveState holidayLA, MI, WI
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1 JanWednesdayNew Year's DayFederal Holiday 4 JanSaturdayWorld Braille DayUnited Nations observance 6 JanMondayEpiphanyChristian 7 JanTuesdayOrthodox Christmas DayOrthodox 7 JanTuesdayInternational Programmers' DayWorldwide observance 13 JanMondayStephen Foster Memorial DayObservance 14 JanTuesdayOrthodox New YearOrthodox 17 JanFridayLee-Jackson DayState holidayVirginia19 JanSundayWorld Religion DayWorldwide observance 19 JanSundayRobert E. Lee's BirthdayState holidayFlorida19 JanSundayConfederate Heroes' DayState holidayTexas20 JanMondayMartin Luther King Jr. DayFederal Holiday 20 JanMondayRobert E. Lee's BirthdayState holidayAlabama20 JanMondayRobert E. Lee's BirthdayState holidayArkansas, Mississippi20 JanMondayIdaho Human Rights DayState holidayIdaho20 JanMondayCivil Rights DayState holidayArizona, New Hampshire24 JanFridayInternational Day of EducationUnited Nations observance 25 JanSaturdayChinese New YearObservance 26 JanSundayInternational Customs DayWorldwide observance 26 JanSundayWorld Leprosy DayWorldwide observance 27 JanMondayInternational Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the HolocaustUnited Nations observance 29 JanWednesdayKansas DayState ObservationKansas1 FebSaturdayNational Freedom DayObservance 1 FebSaturdayFirst Day of Black History MonthAnnual monthly observance 2 FebSundayWorld Wetlands DayWorldwide observance 2 FebSundayGroundhog DayObservance 2 FebSundaySuper BowlSporting event 4 FebTuesdayWorld Cancer DayWorldwide observance 4 FebTuesdayRosa Parks DayLocal observanceCalifornia, Missouri6 FebThursdayInternational Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital MutilationUnited Nations observance 7 FebFridayNational Wear Red DayObservance 10 FebMondayTu Bishvat/Tu B'ShevatJewish holiday 10 FebMondayWorld Pulses DayUnited Nations observance 11 FebTuesdayInternational Day of Women and Girls in ScienceUnited Nations observance 11 FebTuesdayWorld Day of the SickWorldwide observance 12 FebWednesdayLincoln's BirthdayState holidayCT, IL, MO, NY12 FebWednesdayLincoln's BirthdayLocal observanceFlorida13 FebThursdayWorld Radio DayUnited Nations observance 14 FebFridayValentine's DayObservance 14 FebFridayStatehood DayLocal observanceArizona15 FebSaturdaySusan B. Anthony's BirthdayState ObservationCA, CO, FL, NY, WI16 FebSundayElizabeth Peratrovich DayState ObservationAlaska17 FebMondayPresidents' DayFederal Holiday 17 FebMondayPresidents' DayState holidayAll except DE, FL, GA, IA, IN, KS, KY, LA, NC, NM, RI, WI17 FebMondayPresidents' DayState Legal HolidayKS, KY, LA, WI17 FebMondayDaisy Gatson Bates DayState holidayArkansas20 FebThursdayWorld Day of Social JusticeUnited Nations observance 21 FebFridayMaha ShivaratriHindu Holiday 21 FebFridayInternational Mother Language DayUnited Nations observance 25 FebTuesdayShrove Tuesday/Mardi GrasState holidayAL**, FL*, LA, MS*25 FebTuesdayShrove Tuesday/Mardi GrasObservance, Christian 25 FebTuesdayGeorge Rogers Clark DayLocal observanceIndiana26 FebWednesdayAsh WednesdayChristian 28 FebFridayLinus Pauling DayLocal observanceOregon29 FebSaturdayLeap DayWorldwide observance 1 MarSundayZero Discrimination DayUnited Nations observance 1 MarSundaySelf-Injury Awareness DayWorldwide observance 1 MarSundaySt. David's DayObservance, Christian 1 MarSundayFirst Day of Women's History MonthAnnual monthly observance 1 MarSundayFirst Day of Irish American Heritage MonthAnnual monthly observance 2 MarMondayTexas Independence DayState holidayTexas2 MarMondayCasimir Pulaski DayLocal observanceIllinois*2 MarMondayRead Across America DayObservance 3 MarTuesdayWorld Wildlife DayUnited Nations observance 3 MarTuesdaySuper TuesdayObservance14 states3 MarTuesdayTown Meeting DayState holidayVermont6 MarFridayEmployee Appreciation DayObservance 8 MarSundayInternational Women's DayUnited Nations observance 8 MarSundayDaylight Saving Time startsClock change/Daylight Saving Time 9 MarMondayHoliHindu Holiday 10 MarTuesdayPurimJewish holiday 12 MarThursdayWorld Kidney DayWorldwide observance 13 MarFridayFriday the 13thWorldwide observance 17 MarTuesdaySt. Patrick's DayObservance, Christian 17 MarTuesdayEvacuation DayState holidayMassachusetts**19 MarThursdayFirst Day of Stay at Home OrderCOVID-19 LockdownCalifornia19 MarThursdayMarch EquinoxSeason 20 MarFridayFrench Language DayUnited Nations observance 20 MarFridayInternational Day of HappinessUnited Nations observance 20 MarFridayFirst Day of Stay at Home DirectiveCOVID-19 LockdownNevada21 MarSaturdayInternational Day for the Elimination of Racial DiscriminationUnited Nations observance 21 MarSaturdayWorld Poetry DayUnited Nations observance 21 MarSaturdayInternational Day of NowruzUnited Nations observance 21 MarSaturdayWorld Down Syndrome DayUnited Nations observance 21 MarSaturdayInternational Day of ForestsUnited Nations observance 21 MarSaturdayFirst Day of Stay at Home OrderCOVID-19 LockdownIllinois, New Jersey22 MarSundayIsra and Mi'rajMuslim 22 MarSundayWorld Water DayUnited Nations observance 22 MarSundayFirst Day of Stay at Home OrderCOVID-19 LockdownLouisiana, New York23 MarMondayWorld Meteorological DayUnited Nations observance 23 MarMondayFirst Day of Stay Safe, Stay Home OrderCOVID-19 LockdownCT, HI, MA, MD, NM, OH, OR24 MarTuesdayWorld Tuberculosis DayUnited Nations observance 24 MarTuesdayInternational Day for the Right to the Truth concerning Gross Human Rights Violations and for the Dignity of VictimsUnited Nations observance 24 MarTuesdayFirst Day of Stay at Home OrderCOVID-19 LockdownDE, MI, WA, WV25 MarWednesdayInternational Day of Remembrance of Slavery Victims and the Transatlantic Slave TradeUnited Nations observance 25 MarWednesdayInternational Day of Solidarity with Detained and Missing Staff MembersUnited Nations observance 25 MarWednesdayFirst Day of Stay at Home OrderCOVID-19 LockdownID, IN, VT, WI25 MarWednesdayMaryland DayLocal observanceMaryland26 MarThursdayFirst Day of Stay at Home OrderCOVID-19 LockdownColorado, Kentucky26 MarThursdayPrince Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole DayState holidayHawaii27 MarFridayFirst Day of Stay at Home OrderCOVID-19 LockdownMN, NH, UT28 MarSaturdayEarth HourWorldwide observance 28 MarSaturdayFirst Day of Stay at Home OrderCOVID-19 LockdownAK, MT, RI29 MarSundayFirst Day of Stay at Home OrderCOVID-19 LockdownKansas29 MarSundayNational Vietnam War Veterans DayObservance 30 MarMondayFirst Day of Stay at Home OrderCOVID-19 LockdownNorth Carolina, Virginia30 MarMondayDoctors' DayObservance 30 MarMondaySeward's DayState holidayAlaska31 MarTuesdayFirst Day of Stay at Home OrderCOVID-19 LockdownArizona, Texas31 MarTuesdayCésar Chávez DayState holidayAZ**, CA, CO***, MI**, NM**, NV**, TX***, UT**, WA**, WI**1 AprWednesdayApril Fool's DayWorldwide observance 1 AprWednesdayFirst Day of Stay at Home OrderCOVID-19 LockdownDC2 AprThursdayWorld Autism Awareness DayUnited Nations observance 2 AprThursdayFirst Day of Stay at Home OrderCOVID-19 LockdownME, OK, PA, TN2 AprThursdayPascua Florida DayLocal observanceFlorida3 AprFridayFirst Day of Stay at Home OrderCOVID-19 LockdownFL, GA, MS4 AprSaturdayUnited Nations' Mine Awareness DayUnited Nations observance 4 AprSaturdayFirst Day of Stay at Home OrderCOVID-19 LockdownAlabama5 AprSundayPalm SundayChristian 5 AprSundayInternational Day of ConscienceUnited Nations observance 6 AprMondayInternational Day of Sport for Development and PeaceUnited Nations observance 6 AprMondayFirst Day of Stay at Home OrderCOVID-19 LockdownMissouri6 AprMondayNational Tartan DayObservance 7 AprTuesdayUnited Nations' World Health DayUnited Nations observance 7 AprTuesdayDay of Remembrance of the Victims of the Rwanda GenocideUnited Nations observance 7 AprTuesdayFirst Day of Stay at Home OrderCOVID-19 LockdownSouth Carolina8 AprWednesdayPassover EveJewish holiday 9 AprThursdayMaundy ThursdayChristian 9 AprThursdayPassover (first day)Jewish holiday 9 AprThursdayNational Former Prisoner of War Recognition DayObservance 10 AprFridayGood FridayState holidayCT, DE, HI, IN, KY, LA, NC, ND, NJ, TN, TX***11 AprSaturdayHoly SaturdayChristian 12 AprSundayInternational Day of Human Space FlightUnited Nations observance 12 AprSundayEaster SundayObservance, Christian 13 AprMondayEaster MondayObservance, Christian 13 AprMondayThomas Jefferson's BirthdayObservance 14 AprTuesdayWorld Chagas Disease DayUnited Nations observance 15 AprWednesdayFather Damien DayLocal observanceHawaii16 AprThursdayLast Day of PassoverJewish holiday 16 AprThursdayEmancipation DayState holidayDC17 AprFridayOrthodox Good FridayOrthodox 18 AprSaturdayOrthodox Holy SaturdayOrthodox 18 AprSaturdayInternational Day for Monuments and SitesWorldwide observance 19 AprSundayOrthodox EasterOrthodox 20 AprMondayOrthodox Easter MondayOrthodox 20 AprMondayChinese Language DayUnited Nations observance 20 AprMondayPatriots' DayState holidayMaine, Massachusetts21 AprTuesdayYom HaShoahJewish commemoration 21 AprTuesdayWorld Creativity and Innovation DayUnited Nations observance 21 AprTuesdayLast Day of Stay at Home OrderCOVID-19 LockdownAlaska21 AprTuesdaySan Jacinto DayState holidayTexas21 AprTuesdayNational Library Workers' DayObservance 22 AprWednesdayEarth DayUnited Nations observance 22 AprWednesdayOklahoma DayLocal observanceOklahoma22 AprWednesdayAdministrative Professionals DayObservance 23 AprThursdayWorld Book and Copyright DayUnited Nations observance 23 AprThursdayInternational Girls in ICT DayUnited Nations observance 23 AprThursdayEnglish Language DayUnited Nations observance 23 AprThursdayTake our Daughters and Sons to Work DayObservance 24 AprFridayRamadan StartsMuslim 24 AprFridayInternational Day of Multilateralism and Diplomacy for PeaceUnited Nations observance 24 AprFridayLast Day of Stay at Home DirectiveCOVID-19 LockdownMontana24 AprFridayArbor DayState holidayNebraska25 AprSaturdayInternational Delegate's DayUnited Nations observance 25 AprSaturdayWorld Malaria DayUnited Nations observance 26 AprSundayWorld Intellectual Property DayUnited Nations observance 26 AprSundayInternational Chernobyl Disaster Remembrance DayUnited Nations observance 26 AprSundayLast Day of Stay at Home OrderCOVID-19 LockdownColorado26 AprSundayConfederate Heroes' DayLocal observanceFlorida27 AprMondayConfederate Memorial DayState holidayMississippi27 AprMondayConfederate Memorial DayState holidayAlabama, Georgia27 AprMondayConfederate Heroes' Day observedLocal observanceFlorida28 AprTuesdayWorld Day for Safety and Health at WorkUnited Nations observance 29 AprWednesdayYom Ha'atzmautJewish holiday 30 AprThursdayInternational Jazz DayUnited Nations observance 30 AprThursdayLast Day of Stay at Home OrderCOVID-19 LockdownAL, GA, ID, OK, TN, TX1 MayFridayLast Day of Stay at Home DirectiveCOVID-19 LockdownUtah1 MayFridayKentucky OaksSporting event 1 MayFridayLaw DayObservance 1 MayFridayLoyalty DayObservance 1 MayFridayLei DayLocal observanceHawaii1 MayFridayFirst Day of Asian Pacific American Heritage MonthAnnual monthly observance 1 MayFridayFirst Day of Jewish American Heritage MonthAnnual monthly observance 2 MaySaturdayWorld Tuna DayUnited Nations observance 2 MaySaturdayKentucky DerbySporting event 2 MaySaturdayNational Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) DayObservance 3 MaySundayWorld Press Freedom DayUnited Nations observance 3 MaySundayLast Day of Stay at Home OrderCOVID-19 LockdownFL, IN, KS, MO4 MayMondayLast Day of Stay at Home OrderCOVID-19 LockdownSouth Carolina4 MayMondayKent State Shootings RemembranceLocal observanceOhio4 MayMondayRhode Island Independence DayLocal observanceRhode Island5 MayTuesdayWorld Portuguese Language DayUnited Nations observance 5 MayTuesdayCinco de MayoObservance 6 MayWednesdayNational Nurses DayObservance 7 MayThursdayDay of VesakUnited Nations observance 7 MayThursdayNational Day of PrayerObservance 8 MayFridayTime of Remembrance and Reconciliation for Those Who Lost Their Lives during the Second World WarUnited Nations observance 8 MayFridayWorld Ovarian Cancer DayWorldwide observance 8 MayFridayWorld Red Cross and Red Crescent DayWorldwide observance 8 MayFridayLast Day of Stay at Home OrderCOVID-19 LockdownRhode Island8 MayFridayTruman DayState holidayMissouri8 MayFridayVictory in Europe DayObservance 8 MayFridayNative American DayState ObservationWyoming8 MayFridayMilitary Spouse Appreciation DayObservance 9 MaySaturdayWorld Migratory Bird DayUnited Nations observance 10 MaySundayMother's DayState holidayArizona10 MaySundayMother's DayObservance 10 MaySundayConfederate Memorial DayState holidaySouth Carolina10 MaySundayConfederate Memorial DayLocal observanceNorth Carolina11 MayMondayConfederate Memorial Day observedState holidaySouth Carolina12 MayTuesdayLag BaOmerJewish holiday 12 MayTuesdayInternational Nurses DayWorldwide observance 13 MayWednesdayLast Day of Stay at Home OrderCOVID-19 LockdownWisconsin15 MayFridayInternational Day of FamiliesUnited Nations observance 15 MayFridayLast Day of Stay at Home OrderCOVID-19 LockdownAZ, LA, NV, VT15 MayFridayPeace Officers Memorial DayObservance 15 MayFridayNational Defense Transportation DayObservance 16 MaySaturdayInternational Day of Living Together in PeaceUnited Nations observance 16 MaySaturdayInternational Day of LightUnited Nations observance 16 MaySaturdayPublic Lands DayState ObservationColorado16 MaySaturdayArmed Forces DayObservance 16 MaySaturdayPreakness StakesSporting event 17 MaySundayWorld Information Society DayUnited Nations observance 17 MaySundayLast Day of Stay at Home OrderCOVID-19 LockdownMinnesota18 MayMondayLast Day of Stay at Home AdvisoryCOVID-19 LockdownMassachusetts19 MayTuesdayLailat al-QadrMuslim 19 MayTuesdayLast Day of Stay at Home OrderCOVID-19 LockdownOhio20 MayWednesdayWorld Bee DayUnited Nations observance 20 MayWednesdayWorld Autoimmune / Autoinflammatory Arthritis DayWorldwide observance 20 MayWednesdayLast Day of Stay Safe, Stay Home OrderCOVID-19 LockdownConnecticut20 MayWednesdayEmergency Medical Services for Children DayObservance 21 MayThursdayAscension DayChristian 21 MayThursdayWorld Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and DevelopmentUnited Nations observance 21 MayThursdayInternational Tea DayUnited Nations observance 22 MayFridayInternational Day for Biological DiversityUnited Nations observance 22 MayFridayLast Day of Stay at Home OrderCOVID-19 LockdownNorth Carolina22 MayFridayNational Maritime DayObservance 22 MayFridayHarvey Milk DayLocal observanceCalifornia23 MaySaturdayInternational Day to End Obstetric FistulaUnited Nations observance 24 MaySundayEid al-FitrMuslim 25 MayMondayAfrican Liberation DayWorldwide observance 25 MayMondayLast Day of Stay at Home OrderCOVID-19 LockdownMississippi25 MayMondayMemorial DayFederal Holiday 25 MayMondayDecoration DayState holidayAK, AL, AR, AZ, CA25 MayMondayJefferson Davis' BirthdayLocal observanceMississippi25 MayMondayNational Missing Children's DayObservance 29 MayFridayShavuotJewish holiday 29 MayFridayInternational Day of United Nations PeacekeepersUnited Nations observance 29 MayFridayLast Day of Stay at Home OrderCOVID-19 LockdownDC30 MaySaturdayLast Day of Stay at Home OrderCOVID-19 LockdownIllinois31 MaySundayPentecostChristian 31 MaySundayWorld No Tobacco DayUnited Nations observance 31 MaySundayLast Day of Stay at Home OrderCOVID-19 LockdownDE, HI, WA1 JunMondayWhit MondayChristian 1 JunMondayGlobal Day of ParentsUnited Nations observance 1 JunMondayLast Day of Stay at Home OrderCOVID-19 LockdownMichigan1 JunMondayFirst Day of Pride MonthAnnual monthly observance 1 JunMondayFirst Day of Caribbean-American Heritage MonthAnnual monthly observance 1 JunMondayStatehood DayLocal observanceKentucky, Tennessee1 JunMondayJefferson Davis' BirthdayState holidayAlabama3 JunWednesdayWorld Bicycle DayUnited Nations observance 3 JunWednesdayJefferson Davis' BirthdayLocal observanceFlorida4 JunThursdayInternational Day of Innocent Children Victims of AggressionUnited Nations observance 4 JunThursdayLast Day of Stay at Home OrderCOVID-19 LockdownPennsylvania5 JunFridayWorld Environment DayUnited Nations observance 5 JunFridayInternational Day for the Fight against Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated FishingUnited Nations observance 6 JunSaturdayDay of the Russian LanguageUnited Nations observance 6 JunSaturdayD-DayObservance 6 JunSaturdayBelmont StakesSporting event 7 JunSundayTrinity SundayChristian 7 JunSundayWorld Food Safety DayUnited Nations observance 7 JunSundayNative American DayState holidayArizona8 JunMondayWorld Oceans DayUnited Nations observance 9 JunTuesdayPrimary Election DayState holidayWest Virginia10 JunWednesdayLast Day of Stay at Home OrderCOVID-19 LockdownVirginia11 JunThursdayCorpus ChristiChristian 11 JunThursdayKamehameha DayState holidayHawaii12 JunFridayWorld Day Against Child LabourUnited Nations observance 12 JunFridayLoving DayObservance 13 JunSaturdayInternational Albinism Awareness DayUnited Nations observance 13 JunSaturdayLast Day of Stay at Home OrderCOVID-19 LockdownNew York14 JunSundayWorld Blood Donor DayUnited Nations observance 14 JunSundayArmy BirthdayObservance 14 JunSundayFlag DayObservance 14 JunSundayBunker Hill DayLocal observanceMassachusetts15 JunMondayWorld Elder Abuse Awareness DayUnited Nations observance 15 JunMondayLast Day of Stay at Home OrderCOVID-19 LockdownNew Hampshire16 JunTuesdayInternational Day of Family RemittancesUnited Nations observance 17 JunWednesdayWorld Day to Combat Desertification and DroughtUnited Nations observance 18 JunThursdaySustainable Gastronomy DayUnited Nations observance 19 JunFridayInternational Day for the Elimination of Sexual Violence in ConflictUnited Nations observance 19 JunFridayJuneteenthObservance 19 JunFridayJuneteenthState Observation24 states19 JunFridayJuneteenth National Freedom DayState holidayDE, IA**, MD**, NY, VA19 JunFridayJuneteenth Independence DayObservanceRhode Island, West Virginia19 JunFridayEmancipation DayState holidayTexas20 JunSaturdayWorld Refugee DayUnited Nations observance 20 JunSaturdayJuneteenth DayState Observation12 states20 JunSaturdayWest Virginia DayState holidayWest Virginia20 JunSaturdayAmerican Eagle DayObservance 20 JunSaturdayJune SolsticeSeason 21 JunSundayInternational Day of YogaUnited Nations observance 21 JunSundayInternational Day of the Celebration of the SolsticeUnited Nations observance 21 JunSundayFather's DayObservance 21 JunSundayFather's DayState holidayArizona21 JunSundayJuneteenth Independence DayState ObservationMassachusetts23 JunTuesdayPublic Service DayUnited Nations observance 23 JunTuesdayInternational Widows' DayUnited Nations observance 25 JunThursdayDay of the SeafarerUnited Nations observance 26 JunFridayInternational Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit TraffickingUnited Nations observance 26 JunFridayInternational Day in Support of Victims of TortureUnited Nations observance 27 JunSaturdayMicro-, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises DayUnited Nations observance 29 JunMondayInternational Day of the TropicsUnited Nations observance 30 JunTuesdayInternational Asteroid DayUnited Nations observance 30 JunTuesdayInternational Day of ParliamentarismUnited Nations observance 3 JulFridayDay off for Independence DayState holidayAK, AL, AR, AZ3 JulFridayDay off for Independence DayFederal Holiday 4 JulSaturdayInternational Day of CooperativesUnited Nations observance 4 JulSaturdayIndependence DayFederal Holiday 4 JulSaturdayIndependence DayState holidayCalifornia4 JulSaturdayIndependence DayState holidayAK, AL, AR, AZ11 JulSaturdayWorld Population DayUnited Nations observance 13 JulMondayNathan Bedford Forrest DayLocal observanceTennessee14 JulTuesdayBastille DayObservance 15 JulWednesdayWorld Youth Skills DayUnited Nations observance 15 JulWednesdayTax DayObservance 16 JulThursdayRural Transit DayObservance 18 JulSaturdayNelson Mandela DayUnited Nations observance 20 JulMondayWorld Chess DayUnited Nations observance 24 JulFridayPioneer DayState holidayUtah26 JulSundayParents' DayObservance 27 JulMondayNational Korean War Veterans Armistice DayObservance 28 JulTuesdayWorld Hepatitis DayUnited Nations observance 30 JulThursdayTisha B'AvJewish holiday 30 JulThursdayInternational Day of FriendshipUnited Nations observance 30 JulThursdayWorld Day against Trafficking in PersonsUnited Nations observance 31 JulFridayEid al-AdhaMuslim 1 AugSaturdayColorado DayLocal observanceColorado2 AugSundayAmerican Family DayState holidayArizona3 AugMondayRaksha BandhanHindu Holiday 4 AugTuesdayCoast Guard BirthdayObservance 4 AugTuesdayBarack Obama DayObservanceIllinois7 AugFridayPurple Heart DayObservance 9 AugSundayInternational Day of the World's Indigenous PeopleUnited Nations observance 10 AugMondayJanmashtamiHindu Holiday 10 AugMondayVictory DayState holidayRhode Island12 AugWednesdayInternational Youth DayUnited Nations observance 15 AugSaturdayAssumption of MaryChristian 16 AugSundayNational Navajo Code Talkers DayState holidayArizona16 AugSundayBennington Battle DayState holidayVermont16 AugSundayNational Senior Citizens DayObservance 17 AugMondayBennington Battle Day observedState holidayVermont19 AugWednesdayWorld Humanitarian DayUnited Nations observance 19 AugWednesdayNational Aviation DayObservance 20 AugThursdayMuharramMuslim 21 AugFridayGanesh ChaturthiHindu Holiday 21 AugFridayInternational Day of Remembrance of and Tribute to the Victims of TerrorismUnited Nations observance 21 AugFridayHawaii Statehood DayState holidayHawaii22 AugSaturdayInternational Day Commemorating the Victims of Acts of Violence Based on Religion or BeliefUnited Nations observance 23 AugSundayInternational Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade and its AbolitionUnited Nations observance 26 AugWednesdayWomen's Equality DayObservance 27 AugThursdayLyndon Baines Johnson DayState holidayTexas28 AugFridayLast Day of Stay at Home InstructionsCOVID-19 LockdownNew Mexico29 AugSaturdayAshuraMuslim 29 AugSaturdayInternational Day against Nuclear TestsUnited Nations observance 30 AugSundayInternational Day of the Victims of Enforced DisappearancesUnited Nations observance 31 AugMondayInternational Overdose Awareness DayWorldwide observance 4 SepFridayWorld Sexual Health DayWorldwide observance 5 SepSaturdayInternational Day of CharityUnited Nations observance 7 SepMondayInternational Day of Clean Air for Blue SkiesUnited Nations observance 7 SepMondayLabor DayFederal Holiday 8 SepTuesdayInternational Literacy DayUnited Nations observance 9 SepWednesdayInternational Day to Protect Education from AttackUnited Nations observance 9 SepWednesdayCalifornia Admission DayState holidayCalifornia**10 SepThursdayWorld Suicide Prevention DayWorldwide observance 11 SepFridayFirst Responders DayState ObservationNorth Carolina11 SepFridayPatriot DayObservance 11 SepFridayPatriot DayState ObservationAlaska12 SepSaturdayInternational Day for South-South CooperationUnited Nations observance 12 SepSaturdayInternational Programmers' DayWorldwide observance 12 SepSaturdayCarl Garner Federal Lands Cleanup DayObservance 13 SepSundayNational Grandparents DayObservance 13 SepSundayConstitution Commemoration DayState holidayArizona15 SepTuesdayInternational Day of DemocracyUnited Nations observance 16 SepWednesdayInternational Day for the Preservation of the Ozone LayerUnited Nations observance 17 SepThursdayWorld Patient Safety DayUnited Nations observance 17 SepThursdayStill's Disease Awareness DayWorldwide observance 17 SepThursdayConstitution Day and Citizenship DayObservance 18 SepFridayInternational Equal Pay DayUnited Nations observance 18 SepFridayAir Force BirthdayObservance 18 SepFridayNational POW/MIA Recognition DayObservance 19 SepSaturdayRosh HashanaJewish holiday 19 SepSaturdayNational CleanUp DayObservance 19 SepSaturdayRosh HashanaState holidayTexas***21 SepMondayInternational Day of PeaceUnited Nations observance 22 SepTuesdayEmancipation DayLocal observanceOhio22 SepTuesdaySeptember EquinoxSeason 23 SepWednesdayInternational Day of Sign LanguagesUnited Nations observance 23 SepWednesdayInternational Celebrate Bisexuality DayWorldwide observance 24 SepThursdayWorld Maritime DayUnited Nations observance 25 SepFridayNative American DayState ObservationCalifornia, Nevada25 SepFridayAmerican Indian Heritage DayState ObservationMontana, Texas25 SepFridayMichigan Indian DayState ObservationMichigan26 SepSaturdayInternational Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear WeaponsUnited Nations observance 27 SepSundayWorld Tourism DayUnited Nations observance 27 SepSundayGold Star Mother's DayObservance 28 SepMondayYom KippurJewish holiday 28 SepMondayInternational Day for Universal Access to InformationUnited Nations observance 28 SepMondayWorld Rabies DayWorldwide observance 28 SepMondayAmerican Indian DayState ObservationTennessee28 SepMondayYom KippurState holidayTexas***29 SepTuesdayInternational Day of Awareness of Food Loss and WasteUnited Nations observance 29 SepTuesdayWorld Heart DayWorldwide observance 30 SepWednesdayInternational Translation DayUnited Nations observance 1 OctThursdayInternational Day of Older PersonsUnited Nations observance 1 OctThursdayWorld Vegetarian DayWorldwide observance 2 OctFridayInternational Day of Non-ViolenceUnited Nations observance 3 OctSaturdayFirst Day of SukkotJewish holiday 4 OctSundayFeast of St Francis of AssisiChristian 5 OctMondayWorld Teachers' DayUnited Nations observance 5 OctMondayWorld Habitat DayUnited Nations observance 5 OctMondayFrances Xavier Cabrini DayState holidayColorado5 OctMondayChild Health DayObservance 6 OctTuesdayWorld Cerebral Palsy DayWorldwide observance 8 OctThursdayWorld Sight DayWorldwide observance 9 OctFridayLast Day of SukkotJewish holiday 9 OctFridayWorld Post DayUnited Nations observance 9 OctFridayLeif Erikson DayObservance 9 OctFridayLeif Erikson DayLocal observanceColorado10 OctSaturdayShmini AtzeretJewish holiday 10 OctSaturdayWorld Mental Health DayUnited Nations observance 10 OctSaturdayChicago MarathonCanceled 11 OctSundaySimchat TorahJewish holiday 11 OctSundayInternational Day of the Girl ChildUnited Nations observance 12 OctMondayWorld Spanish Language DayUnited Nations observance 12 OctMondayColumbus DayState Legal HolidayTennessee12 OctMondayColumbus DayFederal Holiday 12 OctMondayColumbus DayState holiday22 states12 OctMondayFraternal DayState holidayAlabama12 OctMondayYorktown Victory DayState holidayVirginia12 OctMondayDiscoverers’ DayState ObservationHawaii12 OctMondayNative American DayState holidaySouth Dakota12 OctMondayNative American DayState ObservationOklahoma12 OctMondayIndigenous People's DayState ObservationAll except AL, AR, CT, DC, DE, FL, GA, HI, IL, ME, MO, MS, NM, RI, SC, SD, WY12 OctMondayIndigenous People's DayState holidayDC, ME, NM12 OctMondayAmerican Indian Heritage DayState holidayAlabama13 OctTuesdayNavy BirthdayObservance 14 OctWednesdayInternational Day for Natural Disaster ReductionUnited Nations observance 15 OctThursdayInternational Day of Rural WomenUnited Nations observance 15 OctThursdayWhite Cane Safety DayObservance 16 OctFridayWorld Food DayUnited Nations observance 16 OctFridayBoss's DayObservance 17 OctSaturdayNavratriHindu Holiday 17 OctSaturdayInternational Day for the Eradication of PovertyUnited Nations observance 17 OctSaturdaySweetest DayObservance13 states18 OctSundayAlaska DayState holidayAlaska19 OctMondayAlaska Day observedState holidayAlaska20 OctTuesdayWorld Statistics DayUnited Nations observance 24 OctSaturdayUnited Nations DayUnited Nations observance 24 OctSaturdayWorld Development Information DayUnited Nations observance 25 OctSundayDussehraHindu Holiday 27 OctTuesdayWorld Day for Audiovisual HeritageUnited Nations observance 29 OctThursdayThe Prophet's BirthdayMuslim 29 OctThursdayWorld Stroke DayWorldwide observance 30 OctFridayNevada DayState holidayNevada31 OctSaturdayWorld Cities DayUnited Nations observance 31 OctSaturdayHalloweenObservance 1 NovSundayAll Saints' DayChristian 1 NovSundayWorld Vegan DayWorldwide observance 1 NovSundayFirst Day of Native American Heritage MonthAnnual monthly observance 1 NovSundayDaylight Saving Time endsClock change/Daylight Saving Time 2 NovMondayAll Souls' DayChristian 2 NovMondayInternational Day to End Impunity for Crimes against JournalistsUnited Nations observance 3 NovTuesdayElection Day (General Election)Observance 3 NovTuesdayElection DayState holiday12 states5 NovThursdayWorld Tsunami Awareness DayUnited Nations observance 5 NovThursdayReturn DayState holidayDelaware**6 NovFridayInternational Day for Preventing the Exploitation of the Environment in War and Armed ConflictUnited Nations observance 9 NovMondayBarack Obama DayLocal observanceAlabama*10 NovTuesdayWorld Science Day for Peace and DevelopmentUnited Nations observance 10 NovTuesdayMarine Corps BirthdayObservance 11 NovWednesdayVeterans DayFederal Holiday 12 NovThursdayWorld Pneumonia DayWorldwide observance 13 NovFridayFriday the 13thWorldwide observance 14 NovSaturdayDiwali/DeepavaliHindu Holiday 14 NovSaturdayWorld Diabetes DayUnited Nations observance 15 NovSundayWorld Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic VictimsUnited Nations observance 16 NovMondayInternational Day for ToleranceUnited Nations observance 17 NovTuesdayWorld Prematurity DayWorldwide observance 19 NovThursdayWorld Philosophy DayUnited Nations observance 19 NovThursdayWorld Toilet DayUnited Nations observance 19 NovThursdayInternational Men's DayWorldwide observance 20 NovFridayUniversal Children's DayUnited Nations observance 20 NovFridayAfrica Industrialization DayUnited Nations observance 21 NovSaturdayWorld Television DayUnited Nations observance 25 NovWednesdayInternational Day for the Elimination of Violence against WomenUnited Nations observance 26 NovThursdayThanksgiving DayFederal Holiday 27 NovFridayState HolidayState holidayGeorgia27 NovFridayPresidents' DayState holidayNew Mexico27 NovFridayLincoln's Birthday/Lincoln's DayState holidayIndiana27 NovFridayDay After ThanksgivingState holiday22 states27 NovFridayBlack FridayObservance 27 NovFridayAmerican Indian Heritage DayState holidayMaryland27 NovFridayNative American Heritage DayObservance 27 NovFridayNative American Heritage DayState holidayWashington29 NovSundayFirst Sunday of AdventChristian 29 NovSundayInternational Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian PeopleUnited Nations observance 30 NovMondayDay of Remembrance for all Victims of Chemical WarfareUnited Nations observance 30 NovMondayCyber MondayObservance 1 DecTuesdayWorld AIDS DayUnited Nations observance 1 DecTuesdayRosa Parks DayLocal observanceOhio, Oregon1 DecTuesdayRosa Parks DayState ObservationAlabama2 DecWednesdayInternational Day for the Abolition of SlaveryUnited Nations observance 3 DecThursdayInternational Day of Persons with DisabilitiesUnited Nations observance 4 DecFridayInternational Day of BanksUnited Nations observance 5 DecSaturdayInternational Volunteer Day for Economic and Social DevelopmentUnited Nations observance 5 DecSaturdayWorld Soil DayUnited Nations observance 6 DecSundaySt Nicholas DayObservance 7 DecMondayInternational Civil Aviation DayUnited Nations observance 7 DecMondayPearl Harbor Remembrance DayObservance 8 DecTuesdayFeast of the Immaculate ConceptionChristian 9 DecWednesdayInternational Anti-Corruption DayUnited Nations observance 9 DecWednesdayWorld Genocide Commemoration DayUnited Nations observance 10 DecThursdayHuman Rights DayUnited Nations observance 11 DecFridayChanukah/Hanukkah (first day)Jewish holiday 11 DecFridayInternational Mountain DayUnited Nations observance 12 DecSaturdayInternational Day of NeutralityUnited Nations observance 12 DecSaturdayInternational Universal Health Coverage DayUnited Nations observance 12 DecSaturdayFeast of Our Lady of GuadalupeChristian 13 DecSundayNational Guard BirthdayObservance 15 DecTuesdayBill of Rights DayObservance 17 DecThursdayPan American Aviation DayObservance 17 DecThursdayWright Brothers DayObservance 18 DecFridayLast Day of ChanukahJewish holiday 18 DecFridayInternational Migrants DayUnited Nations observance 18 DecFridayArabic Language DayUnited Nations observance 20 DecSundayInternational Human Solidarity DayUnited Nations observance 21 DecMondayDecember SolsticeSeason 24 DecThursdayChristmas EveObservance, Christian 24 DecThursdayChristmas EveState holidayAR, KS**, KY, MI, NC, ND, OK, SC, TX, VA**, WI24 DecThursdayChristmas EveFederal Holiday 24 DecThursdayWashington's BirthdayState holidayGeorgia, Indiana25 DecFridayChristmas DayFederal Holiday 25 DecFridayChristmas DayState holidayAK, AL, AR, AZ, CA26 DecSaturdayKwanzaa (first day)Observance 26 DecSaturdayDay After Christmas DayState holidayKS, NC, SC, TX27 DecSundayInternational Day of Epidemic PreparednessUnited Nations observance 31 DecThursdayNew Year's EveObservance 31 DecThursdayNew Year's EveState holidayLA, MI, WI
Источник: https://www.timeanddate.com/holidays/us/2020

US federal holidays 2021: Full list from Thanksgiving to Christmas

From Independence Day to Thanksgiving, there is plenty to put in the calendars for 2021.

First introduced by Congress in 1885 when it was decided that federal employees should have certain days off from work, the list of US federal holidays eventually grew to the 10 days of historical significance that Americans now recognise.

And, to ensure that Americans get the chance to celebrate the holidays no matter what day they fall on, there are guidelines for celebrating.

Federal holidays that fall on a Saturday are observed by federal employees on the previous Friday, whereas holidays that fall on Sunday are observed the following Monday.

On these days, non-essential federal government offices are closed and banks, post offices and schools may also be closed.

For employees in the private sector, federal holidays may or may not mean a day off - as companies cannot legally be required to observe the holiday. Fortunately, most employers will still give employees the day off on holidays such as Thanksgiving or Christmas - or pay extra to employees working on the day.

These are the dates of the 2021 US federal holidays to mark on your calendar.

2021 federal holidays

New Year’s Day: Friday, January 1

Martin Luther King Jr Day: Monday, January 18

President’s Day: Monday, February 15

Memorial Day: Monday, May 31

Independence Day: Sunday, July 4

Independence Day (Observed): Monday, July 5

Labor Day: Monday, September 6

Columbus Day: Monday, October 11

Veterans' Day: Thursday, November 11

Thanksgiving: Thursday, November 25

Christmas Day (observed): Friday, December 24

Christmas Day: Saturday, December 25

Other important days to note:

Valentine’s Day: Sunday, February 14

St Patrick’s Day: Wednesday, March 17

Good Friday: Friday, April 2

Easter: Sunday, April 4

Mother’s Day: Sunday, May 9

Father’s Day: Sunday, June 20

Halloween: Sunday, October 31

Источник: https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/us-federal-holidays-2021-when-thanksgiving-b1962968.html

Early U.S. Holiday Spending Plans Look Similar to 2020

Story Highlights

  • Americans expect to spend $837 on gifts, similar to last year's estimate
  • Nearly two-thirds say their holiday spending will be same as last year
  • Metrics point to average year for holiday retail sales

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Gallup's initial measure of Americans' 2021 Christmas spending intentions finds consumers planning to spend an average $837 on gifts this season. That is statistically similar to the $805 they estimated spending for the 2020 holiday season at the same time a year ago. Both pandemic-era estimates are lower than what Gallup found in the preceding few years, including the record-high $942 recorded in 2019.

Line graph. Trend from 2006 through 2021 in Americans' October estimates of the amount they expect to spend on Christmas gifts. The average estimates range from a low of $712 in 2011 to a high of $942 in 2019. The figure is $837 in 2021, up slightly from $805 in 2020.

Gallup first asked Americans about their Christmas spending intentions in October 1989 and has measured it every October and November except one (2012, measured only in November) since 2006. The October readings provide an initial look at consumers' holiday spending mindset, indicating the likely strength of that year's holiday retail sales. Gallup's follow-up measure in November captures any changes that may occur in consumers' estimates as their spending is further along.

Holiday sales typically increase year-over-year, rising 3.4% on average since 2000, according to figures compiled by the National Retail Federation, with sales up 5% or more in strong years and around 2% in weak years. Since 2000, the change in holiday sales has been worse than that only twice -- in 2008 and in 2009, when the economy was dealing with the effects of the global financial crisis and 2007-2009 recession.

Based on Gallup modeling, the relative steadiness in Americans' estimate this year compared with October 2020 suggests that the 2021 increase in holiday sales will be about average.

Most Consumers Also Expect Their Spending Will Be Steady

In the same poll, conducted Oct. 1-19, 64% of Americans say they will be spending the same amount on gifts this year as they did in 2020, while 22% plan to spend less and 13% predict spending more. Typically, the majority say they will spend the same as in the prior year, with a higher percentage saying they will spend less rather than more.

Line graph. Trend from 2006 through 2021 in whether the amount of money Americans expect to spend on Christmas gifts is more, less or about the same as the previous year. Currently, 64% say they will spend the same amount, 22% less and 13% more. The percentage saying they will spend the same is slightly above average for this period.

Today's nine-percentage-point gap between those planning to spend less rather than more is about average for the trend.

Implications

Gallup's measure asking Americans to estimate their total spending on Christmas gifts has been a good harbinger of holiday retail sales in most years. While that is particularly true for the November estimate, the October measure sets the baseline for where things are headed. For now, it appears consumers are gearing up to spend enough to give retailers an average, if not great, holiday season.

Caution is always warranted in interpreting the October figures, as Americans' spending intentions can change as the season progresses. Changes in national economic metrics like the stock market and unemployment reports can affect consumers' psychology, as can policy actions out of Washington and, more recently, of course, the pandemic.

This year, passage of President Joe Biden's infrastructure and spending bills in Congress, should that occur, could alter -- negatively or positively -- how consumers feel about their pocketbook come November. And inflation is a bit of a wild card. If consumers start to feel more stretched because of increases in gas prices and the cost of other basic goods, that could dampen their holiday spending. On the other hand, if they decide to proceed with buying gifts for everyone on their list, they may wind up spending significantly more than they initially expected.

Gallup will release its second and final holiday spending forecast in mid-November.

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Survey Methods

Results for this Gallup poll are based on telephone interviews conducted Oct. 1-19, 2021, with a random sample of 823 adults, aged 18 and older, living in all 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia. For results based on the total sample of national adults, the margin of sampling error is ±4 percentage points at the 95% confidence level. The margin of error for the spending estimate is ±$69 U.S. All reported margins of sampling error include computed design effects for weighting.

Each sample of national adults includes a minimum quota of 70% cellphone respondents and 30% landline respondents, with additional minimum quotas by time zone within region. Landline and cellular telephone numbers are selected using random-digit-dial methods.

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Thanksgiving Day 2020: History and significance of the American holiday

The United States of America is preparing for their Thanksgiving Day, an annual national holiday in the North American continent celebrating the harvest and other blessings of the past year.

This year the holiday will be celebrated on Thursday, November 26, 2020.

Also read: Why does Canada celebrate Thanksgiving Day before US

History of Thanksgiving Day

The annual feast is in honour of the “first” Thanksgivings in America, in 1619 in Virginia, and in 1621, when colonists in Plymouth, Massachusetts, later known as the Pilgrims, shared a meal with the Wampanoag Indians, who were native to the land.

The later feast was in honour of the help the Pilgrims received from the Native Americans in cultivating crops and surviving their first harsh winter and it lasted three days.

Later, US Presidents including George Washington, John Adams and James Madison called for days of thanks throughout their presidencies.

However, it was not until 1863, during the Civil War, that President Abraham Lincoln declared a national Thanksgiving Day would be held each November to be celebrated by the country.

How is Thanksgiving Day celebrated?

Thanksgiving takes place each year on the fourth Thursday of November.

Although Thanksgiving may originally have had religious significance, the day has become a mostly secular holiday.

Most Americans consider the holiday a day to gather and express their thanks through food, family, and football – with multiple NFL teams playing on the holiday.

During some Thanksgiving celebrations, people write down what they are thankful for and then read aloud from the pieces of paper.

The day is also celebrated with the annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City.

The world’s largest Thanksgiving parade includes giant balloons of cartoons that float above the city sky, as well as marching bands and dancers.

Other places that celebrate the holiday

Thanksgiving is one of the most important cultural holidays in America, however, Canada also has its own Thanksgiving Day, on the second Monday in October, and Liberia celebrates Thanksgiving on the first Thursday of November.

Following Thanksgiving, the month-long shopping for the winter holidays begins, with Black Friday kicking off the season.

Food festival for the Americans

In America, turkeys are an integral part of Thanksgiving Day, with most dinners including the bird.

Americans also indulge in Thanksgiving favourites such as yams topped with marshmallows, stuffing, cranberry sauce, cornbread, and pumpkin pie.

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OctSaturdayInternational Day for the Eradication of PovertyUnited Nations observance 17 OctSaturdaySweetest DayObservance13 states18 OctSundayAlaska DayState holidayAlaska19 OctMondayAlaska Day observedState holidayAlaska20 OctTuesdayWorld Statistics DayUnited Nations observance 24 OctSaturdayUnited Nations DayUnited Nations observance 24 OctSaturdayWorld Development Information DayUnited Nations observance 25 OctSundayDussehraHindu Holiday 27 OctTuesdayWorld Day for Audiovisual HeritageUnited Nations observance 29 OctThursdayThe Prophet's BirthdayMuslim 29 OctThursdayWorld Stroke DayWorldwide observance 30 OctFridayNevada DayState holidayNevada31 OctSaturdayWorld Cities DayUnited Nations observance 31 OctSaturdayHalloweenObservance 1 NovSundayAll Saints' DayChristian 1 NovSundayWorld Vegan DayWorldwide observance 1 NovSundayFirst Day of Native American Heritage MonthAnnual monthly observance 1 NovSundayDaylight Saving Time endsClock change/Daylight Saving Time 2 NovMondayAll Souls' DayChristian 2 NovMondayInternational Day to End Impunity for Crimes against JournalistsUnited Nations observance 3 NovTuesdayElection Day (General Election)Observance 3 NovTuesdayElection DayState holiday12 states5 NovThursdayWorld Tsunami Awareness DayUnited Nations observance 5 NovThursdayReturn DayState holidayDelaware**6 NovFridayInternational Day for Preventing the Exploitation of the Environment in War and Armed ConflictUnited Nations observance 9 NovMondayBarack Obama DayLocal observanceAlabama*10 NovTuesdayWorld Science Day for Peace and DevelopmentUnited Nations observance 10 NovTuesdayMarine Corps BirthdayObservance 11 NovWednesdayVeterans DayFederal Holiday 12 NovThursdayWorld Pneumonia DayWorldwide observance 13 NovFridayFriday the 13thWorldwide observance 14 NovSaturdayDiwali/DeepavaliHindu Holiday 14 NovSaturdayWorld Diabetes DayUnited Nations observance 15 NovSundayWorld Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic VictimsUnited Nations observance 16 NovMondayInternational Day for ToleranceUnited Nations observance 17 NovTuesdayWorld Prematurity DayWorldwide observance 19 NovThursdayWorld Philosophy DayUnited Nations observance 19 NovThursdayWorld Toilet DayUnited Nations observance 19 NovThursdayInternational Men's DayWorldwide observance 20 NovFridayUniversal Children's DayUnited Nations observance 20 NovFridayAfrica Industrialization DayUnited Nations observance 21 NovSaturdayWorld Television DayUnited Nations observance 25 NovWednesdayInternational Day for the Elimination of Violence against WomenUnited Nations observance 26 NovThursdayThanksgiving DayFederal Holiday 27 Usa holidays 2020 HolidayState holidayGeorgia27 NovFridayPresidents' DayState holidayNew Mexico27 NovFridayLincoln's Birthday/Lincoln's DayState holidayIndiana27 NovFridayDay After ThanksgivingState holiday22 states27 NovFridayBlack FridayObservance 27 NovFridayAmerican Indian Heritage DayState holidayMaryland27 NovFridayNative American Heritage DayObservance 27 NovFridayNative American Heritage DayState holidayWashington29 NovSundayFirst Sunday of AdventChristian 29 NovSundayInternational Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian PeopleUnited Nations observance 30 NovMondayDay of Remembrance for all Victims of Chemical WarfareUnited Nations observance 30 NovMondayCyber MondayObservance 1 DecTuesdayWorld AIDS DayUnited Nations observance 1 DecTuesdayRosa Parks DayLocal observanceOhio, Oregon1 DecTuesdayRosa Parks DayState ObservationAlabama2 DecWednesdayInternational Day for the Abolition of SlaveryUnited Nations observance 3 DecThursdayInternational Day of Persons with DisabilitiesUnited Nations observance 4 DecFridayInternational Day of BanksUnited Nations observance 5 DecSaturdayInternational Volunteer Day for Economic and Social DevelopmentUnited Nations observance 5 DecSaturdayWorld Soil DayUnited Nations observance 6 DecSundaySt Nicholas DayObservance 7 DecMondayInternational Civil Aviation DayUnited Nations observance 7 DecMondayPearl Harbor Remembrance DayObservance 8 DecTuesdayFeast of the Immaculate ConceptionChristian 9 DecWednesdayInternational Anti-Corruption DayUnited Nations observance 9 DecWednesdayWorld Genocide Commemoration DayUnited Nations observance 10 DecThursdayHuman Rights DayUnited Nations observance 11 DecFridayChanukah/Hanukkah (first day)Jewish holiday 11 DecFridayInternational Mountain DayUnited Nations observance 12 DecSaturdayInternational Day of NeutralityUnited Nations observance 12 DecSaturdayInternational Universal Health Coverage DayUnited Nations observance 12 DecSaturdayFeast of Our Lady of GuadalupeChristian 13 DecSundayNational Guard BirthdayObservance 15 DecTuesdayBill of Rights DayObservance 17 DecThursdayPan American Aviation DayObservance 17 DecThursdayWright Brothers DayObservance 18 DecFridayLast Day of ChanukahJewish holiday 18 DecFridayInternational Migrants DayUnited Nations observance 18 DecFridayArabic Language DayUnited Nations observance 20 DecSundayInternational Human Solidarity DayUnited Nations observance 21 DecMondayDecember SolsticeSeason 24 DecThursdayChristmas EveObservance, Christian 24 DecThursdayChristmas EveState holidayAR, KS**, KY, MI, NC, ND, OK, SC, TX, VA**, WI24 DecThursdayChristmas EveFederal Holiday 24 DecThursdayWashington's BirthdayState holidayGeorgia, Indiana25 DecFridayChristmas DayFederal Holiday 25 DecFridayChristmas DayState holidayAK, AL, AR, AZ, CA26 DecSaturdayKwanzaa (first day)Observance 26 DecSaturdayDay After Christmas DayState holidayKS, NC, SC, TX27 DecSundayInternational Day of Epidemic PreparednessUnited Nations observance 31 DecThursdayNew Year's EveObservance 31 DecThursdayNew Year's EveState holidayLA, MI, WI
Источник: https://www.timeanddate.com/holidays/us/2020

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Источник: https://www.sec.gov/edgar/filer-information/calendar

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You can plan and schedule your social media posts in advance with a social media usa holidays 2020 calendar.

Do you celebrate International Cat Day, Pizza Day, or Talk Like a Pirate Day?

There are a plethora of observance days worldwide during which marketers can share content relevant to their industries, get involved in a movement, or simply generate more awareness. But odds are, you probably don't acknowledge these days until you see your favorite brand posting about it.

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While we don't suggest sharing content on social media and then adding an irrelevant holiday hashtag to it, these holidays can be a chance to promote your brand in a relevant way. Not doing so could cause you to miss valuable opportunities where your brand can join the conversations taking place among members of your target audience.

To help you plan for trending holidays, we created a list that you can bookmark, as well as a downloadable calendar so you can receive automatic reminders.

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To help you keep track of all these unique holidays, here's a Social Media Holiday Google Calendar.

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Want to usa holidays 2020 out your 2021 calendar with some upcoming holiday posts? Tap the + symbol in the lower right-hand corner of the calendar below to add it to your own Google calendar.

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The list isn't exhaustive (there are a lot of food-specific holidays out there), and these dates and hashtags may still be subject to change. But this is a great starting point for social media marketers who want to learn more about what's trending and how they can plan their content in a way that will be fun and engaging on social platforms.


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Juneteenth becomes federal holiday celebrating end of slavery in US

The US will officially recognize Juneteenth, which commemorates the end of slavery in America, as a federal holiday after Joe Biden signed a bill into law on Thursday.

At a jubilant White House ceremony, the president emphasized the need for the US to reckon with its history, even when that history is shameful.

“Great nations don’t ignore their most painful moments,” Biden said, before he established what will be known as Juneteenth National Independence Day. “Great nations don’t walk away. We come to terms with the mistakes we made. And remembering those moments, we begin to heal and grow stronger.”

Just before signing the bill, Biden added: “I’ve only been president for several months, but I think this will go down for me as one of the greatest honors I will have had as president.”

Kamala Harris, also in attendance,reflected on the historic nature of the day and the presence of Black lawmakers who worked diligently to advance the bill.

Harris, who is the first Black woman to serve as vice-president, told those at the White House for the bill signing: “We are gathered here in a house built by enslaved people. We are footsteps away from where President Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation.

“And we are here to witness President Joe Biden establish Juneteenth as a national holiday. We have come far, and we have far to go, but today is a day of celebration.”

Juneteenth commemorates the day in 1865 when news of the Emancipation Proclamation reached the people of Galveston, Texas, freeing slaves in the last rebel state. Abraham Lincoln had signed the Emancipation Proclamation in 1863, but the proclamation wasn’t enforced in Galveston until federal soldiers read it out on 19 June 1865.

Black Americans are rejoicing at the move, but many say more is needed to address systemic racism.

Republican-led states have enacted or are considering legislation that activists argue would curtail the right to vote, particularly for people of color. Legislation to address voting rights issues, and institute policing reforms demanded after the killing of George Floyd and other Black Americans, remains stalled in the Congress that acted swiftly on the Juneteenth bill.

“It’s great, but it’s not enough,” said Gwen Grant, president and CEO of the Urban League of Kansas City. “We need Congress to protect voting rights, and that needs to happen right now so we don’t regress any further,” she added. “That is the most important thing Congress can be addressing at this time.”

Federal recognition of Juneteenth also comes as Republican officials across the country move to ban schools from teaching students “critical race theory”, the history of slavery and the continuing impacts of systemic racism.

The Senate unanimously passed the bill earlier this week, but in the House, 14 Republicans voted against it.

Most federal workers will observe the holiday on Friday. The Washington DC mayor, Muriel Bowser, and Maryland governor, Larry Hogan, announced that state and city government offices would be closed on Friday in honor of Juneteenth. District of Columbia public schools will also be closed on Friday.

Before 19 June became a federal holiday, it was observed in the vast majority of states and the District of Columbia. Texas was first to make Juneteenth a holiday, in 1980.

In Texas, residents celebrated the role their state played in the historic moment.

“I’m happy as pink,” said Doug Matthew, 70, a former city manager of Galveston who has helped coordinate the community’s Juneteenth celebrations since Texas made it a holiday.

He credited the work of state and local leaders with paving the way for this week’s step by Congress.

“I’m also proud that everything started in Galveston,” Matthew said.

Pete Henley, 71, was setting up tables on Thursday for a Juneteenth celebration at the Old Central Cultural Center, a Galveston building that once was a segregated Black school. He said the Juneteenth holiday would help promote understanding and unity.

He said his family traced its roots back to enslaved men and women in the Texas city who were among the last to receive word of the Emancipation Proclamation.

“As a country, we really need to be striving toward togetherness more than anything,” Henley said. “If we just learn to love each other, it would be so great.”

Источник: https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2021/jun/17/juneteenth-slavery-federal-holiday-biden-signs-bill

US federal holidays 2021: Full list from Thanksgiving to Christmas

From Independence Day to Thanksgiving, there is plenty to put in the calendars for 2021.

First introduced by Congress in 1885 when it was decided that federal employees should have certain days off from work, the list of US federal holidays eventually grew to the 10 days of historical significance that Americans now recognise.

And, to ensure that Americans get the chance to celebrate the holidays no matter what day they fall on, there are guidelines for celebrating.

Federal holidays that fall on a Saturday are observed by federal employees on the previous Friday, whereas holidays that fall on Sunday are observed the following Monday.

On these days, non-essential federal government offices are closed and banks, post offices and schools may also be closed.

For employees in the private sector, federal holidays may or may not mean a day off - as companies cannot legally be required to observe the holiday. Fortunately, most employers will still give employees the day off on holidays such as Thanksgiving or Christmas - or pay extra to employees working on the day.

These are the dates of the 2021 US federal holidays to mark on your calendar.

2021 federal holidays

New Year’s Day: Friday, January 1

Martin Luther King Jr Day: Monday, January 18

President’s Day: Monday, February 15

Memorial Day: Monday, May 31

Independence Day: Sunday, July 4

Independence Day (Observed): Monday, July 5

Labor Day: Monday, September 6

Columbus Day: Monday, October 11

Veterans' Day: Thursday, November 11

Thanksgiving: Thursday, November 25

Christmas Day (observed): Friday, December 24

Christmas Day: Saturday, December 25

Other important days to note:

Valentine’s Day: Sunday, February 14

St Patrick’s Day: Wednesday, March 17

Good Friday: Friday, April 2

Easter: Sunday, April 4

Mother’s Day: Sunday, May 9

Father’s Day: Sunday, June 20

Halloween: Sunday, October 31

Источник: https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/us-federal-holidays-2021-when-thanksgiving-b1962968.html

Early U.S. Holiday Spending Plans Look Similar to 2020

Story Highlights

  • Americans expect to spend $837 on gifts, similar to last year's estimate
  • Nearly two-thirds say their holiday spending will be same as last year
  • Metrics point to average year for holiday retail sales

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Gallup's initial measure of Americans' 2021 Christmas spending intentions finds consumers planning to spend an average $837 on gifts this season. That is statistically similar to the $805 they estimated spending for the 2020 holiday season at the same time a year ago. Both pandemic-era estimates are lower than what Gallup found in the preceding few years, including the record-high $942 recorded in 2019.

Line graph. Trend from 2006 through 2021 in Americans' October estimates of the amount they expect to spend on Christmas gifts. The average estimates range from a low of $712 in 2011 to a high of $942 in 2019. The figure is $837 in 2021, up slightly from $805 in 2020.

Gallup first asked Americans about their Christmas spending intentions in October 1989 and has measured it every October and November except one (2012, measured only in November) since 2006. The October readings provide an initial look at consumers' holiday spending mindset, indicating the likely strength of that year's holiday retail sales. Gallup's follow-up measure in November captures any changes that may occur in consumers' estimates as their spending is further along.

Holiday sales typically increase year-over-year, rising 3.4% on average since 2000, according to figures compiled by the National Retail Federation, with sales up 5% or more in strong years and around 2% in weak years. Since 2000, the change in holiday sales has been worse than that only twice -- in 2008 and in 2009, when the economy was dealing with the effects of the global financial crisis and 2007-2009 recession.

Based on Gallup modeling, the relative steadiness in Americans' estimate this year compared with October 2020 suggests that the 2021 increase in holiday sales will be about average.

Most Consumers Also Expect Their Spending Will Be Steady

In the same poll, conducted Oct. 1-19, 64% of Americans say they will be spending the same amount on gifts this year as they did in 2020, while 22% plan to spend less and 13% predict spending more. Typically, the majority say they will spend the same as in the prior year, with a higher percentage saying they will spend less rather than more.

Line graph. Trend from 2006 through 2021 in whether the amount of money Americans expect to spend on Christmas gifts is more, less or about the same as the previous year. Currently, 64% say they will spend the same amount, 22% less and 13% more. The percentage saying they will spend the same is slightly above average for this period.

Today's nine-percentage-point gap between those planning to spend less rather than more is about average for the trend.

Implications

Gallup's measure asking Americans to estimate their total spending on Christmas gifts has been a good harbinger of holiday retail sales in most years. While that is particularly true for the November estimate, the October measure sets the baseline for where things are headed. For now, it appears consumers are gearing up to spend enough to give retailers an average, if not great, holiday season.

Caution is always warranted in interpreting the October figures, as Americans' spending intentions can change as the season progresses. Changes in national economic metrics like the stock market and unemployment reports can affect consumers' psychology, as can policy actions out of Washington and, more recently, of course, the pandemic.

This year, passage of President Joe Biden's infrastructure and spending bills in Congress, should that occur, could alter -- negatively or positively -- how consumers feel about their pocketbook come November. And inflation is a bit of a wild card. If consumers start to feel more stretched because of increases in gas prices and the cost of other basic goods, that could dampen their holiday spending. On the other hand, if they decide to proceed with buying gifts for everyone on their list, they may wind up spending significantly more than they initially expected.

Gallup will release its second and final holiday spending forecast in mid-November.

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Survey Methods

Results for this Gallup poll are based on telephone interviews conducted Oct. 1-19, 2021, with a random sample of 823 adults, aged 18 and older, living in all 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia. For results based on the total sample of national adults, the margin of sampling error is ±4 percentage points at the 95% confidence level. The margin of error for the spending estimate is ±$69 U.S. All reported margins of sampling error include computed design effects for weighting.

Each sample of national adults includes a minimum quota of 70% cellphone respondents and 30% landline respondents, with additional minimum quotas by time zone within region. Landline and cellular telephone numbers are selected using random-digit-dial methods.

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Источник: https://news.gallup.com/poll/356897/early-holiday-spending-plans-look-similar-2020.aspx

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