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4 months ago

Rhea Lana's of Joplin

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💥 Happy Independence Day, friends! 🧨

4 months ago

Rhea Lana's of Joplin

📣 Did you hear?! We have TEN ✨ Brand New ✨ Consignor Tutorial Videos! JUST IN TIME to start prepping your items for the fall sale!!

These clear and concise videos will take the guesswork out of consigning. Find them on the FREE Rhea Lana's app or our YouTube channel!

www.youtube.com/channel/UC8RCUmAxAGOgx5otCa9_h0Q?view_as=subscriber
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📣 Did you hear?! We have TEN ✨ Brand New ✨ Consignor Tutorial Videos!  JUST IN TIME to start prepping your items for the fall sale!!  

These clear and concise videos will take the guesswork out of consigning. Find them on the FREE Rhea Lanas app or our YouTube channel!  

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8RCUmAxAGOgx5otCa9_h0Q?view_as=subscriber

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4 months ago

Rhea Lana's of Joplin

Today is #Juneteenth.

June 19, Americans celebrate Juneteenth—a holiday commemorating the day when, over 150 years ago, enslaved African-Americans in Galveston, Texas were informed of their freedom. Two years after President Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation. As racial injustice remains prevalent in our country, it’s incredibly important to remember, honor, and celebrate this day as we continue to fight for freedom and equality.

The quote above is from Latasha Morrison's book Be the Bridge. If you want to celebrate Juneteenth by starting to learn more about how you can help fight racial inequality, this is a great book to start!
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Today is #Juneteenth. 

June 19, Americans celebrate Juneteenth—a holiday commemorating the day when, over 150 years ago, enslaved African-Americans in Galveston, Texas were informed of their freedom. Two years after President Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation. As racial injustice remains prevalent in our country, it’s incredibly important to remember, honor, and celebrate this day as we continue to fight for freedom and equality. 

The quote above is from Latasha Morrisons book Be the Bridge. If you want to celebrate Juneteenth by starting to learn more about how you can help fight racial inequality, this is a great book to start!
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