Bill Nighy’s “Science Guy” went to school after posting about the founding and slavery of America


Bill Nighy of “Science Guy” made a name for himself on social media when he posted about the founding and slavery of America.

“usa We know it was built today by the labor of enslaved black Americans, “he said on Sunday, June 19.

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Bill Nighy will attend the “The End Is Nye” premiere of the 2022 Tribeca Film Festival at the SVA Theater in New York City on June 17, 2022. Photo by Jamie McCarthy / Getty Images at the Tribeca Film Festival

With the Pocket Constitution and a simple selfie, Nai added: “The last wasn’t released (officially) until June 19, 1865. Celebrate. Don’t forget.”

This post quickly sparked a backlash as some users disagreed with Juneteenth’s termination of slavery.

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June 19th, US General Gordon Granger Arrived in Galveston, Texas, June 19, 1865 — And shared the news that the Emancipation Proclamation was passed two years ago. The Civil War ended two months before June 1865.

Last year, Juneteenth became the 12th in the country Federal holiday Through 415-14 votes in the House of Representatives.

President Joe Biden signed the bill on June 17, 2021.

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Dates are a symbol of liberation and are often referred to as “Second Independence Day,” but some states still allow continued slavery.

Some other users objected to the fact that the United States was built exclusively as a Native American “with a enslaved black-American workforce,” including immigrants from Europe, Latin America, Africa, Australia, and Asia. Supported the construction of the country.

Slavery was officially released when the Thirteenth Amendment was passed in December 1865, six months after June 16.

“Neither slavery nor voluntary slavery shall exist in or under the jurisdiction of the United States, except as a punishment for crimes for which the parties have been duly convicted.” Amendment Article 13 Read.

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Bill Nighy will be speaking on stage at the Global Citizen NOW Summit at Spring Studios on May 23, 2022 in New York City. Photo by Rob Kim / Getty Images

It should be noted that after the amendment was ratified, cases of slavery were discovered and trafficking, called forced labor, continues to this day.

The International Labor Organization (ILO) has reported that there are more than 40 million trafficking victims worldwide and hundreds of thousands are believed to be in the United States.

ILO recognized by US State Department As an official record holder, 10,583 traffickings in the United States were reported last year and 73,946 since 2007.