Emancipation Day Holidays 2020 by Day

Day by Day to Public Holidays for Emancipation Day Holidays in 2020

These holidays are observed to commemorate the ending of slavery across the Americas. They mainly celebrate France, Britain and Holland abolishing slavery in the 19th century. Trinidad and Tobago was the first Caribbean country to observe a public holiday for Emancipation.

Thursday April 16th 2020

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 USA Emancipation Day Washington DC

Friday May 22nd 2020

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 Martinique Abolition Day National Day

Wednesday May 27th 2020

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 Guadeloupe Abolition Day

Thursday May 28th 2020

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 Saint Martin Abolition Day

Wednesday June 10th 2020

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 French Guiana Abolition Day

Friday June 19th 2020

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 USA Juneteenth Emancipation Day

Wednesday July 1st 2020

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 Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba Emancipation Day Sint Eustatius
 Sint Maarten Emancipation Day
 Suriname Emancipation Day Keti Koti marks the date when slavery was abolished in Suriname and the Dutch Antilles in 1863.

Thursday July 30th 2020

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 Bermuda Emancipation Day Thursday before the first Monday of August

Saturday August 1st 2020

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 Barbados Emancipation Day
 Guyana Emancipation Day
 Jamaica Emancipation Day
 Saint Lucia Emancipation Day
 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Emancipation Day
 Trinidad and Tobago Emancipation Day

Monday August 3rd 2020

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 Antigua and Barbuda Carnival Monday First Monday in August
 Bahamas Emancipation Day First Monday in August
 Dominica Emancipation Day August Monday
 Grenada Emancipation Day First Monday of August
 Montserrat Emancipation Day
 Saint Kitts and Nevis Emancipation Day First Monday in August
 Turks and Caicos Islands Emancipation Day

Friday October 9th 2020

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 Saint Barthélemy Abolition Day

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