The woman who helped make Juneteenth a holiday; Revlon files for bankruptcy : Here & Now Opal Lee walked all around the country for years to help establish this national holiday on June 19 to commemorate history and celebrate freedom. She joins us. And, Revlon filed for bankruptcy after sales of its cosmetics line dropped significantly during the pandemic and didn't rebound as expected. Senior editor at Bloomberg News Mike Regan joins us.

The woman who helped make Juneteenth a holiday; Revlon files for bankruptcy

The woman who helped make Juneteenth a holiday; Revlon files for bankruptcy

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Opal Lee walked all around the country for years to help establish this national holiday on June 19 to commemorate history and celebrate freedom. She joins us.

And, Revlon filed for bankruptcy after sales of its cosmetics line dropped significantly during the pandemic and didn't rebound as expected. Senior editor at Bloomberg News Mike Regan joins us.

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