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BOBBY JOE FUQUA

Bridging the Gap March & Prayer

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Navasota residents, city staff, school officials and members of the community gathered to celebrate Juneteenth with a Freedom March signifying the end of slavery Friday, June 19. As the train horn screamed and its wheels rumbled on the tracks, the intense words of former Navasota City Councilwoman Mildred Edwards towered over ...

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