The grandmother of Juneteenth; North Carolina's 1st Black-owned children's bookstore : Here & Now Anytime It's Juneteenth. 96-year-old Opal Lee has spent decades walking and advocating for the date marking actual emancipation to be recognized as a national holiday. She was part of the celebration at the White House last week marking the holiday. We revisit a conversation with her from last year. And, Victoria Scott-Miller, the founder of Liberation Station, talks about opening North Carolina's first Black-owned children's bookstore. Then, Nicole A. Taylor talks about her cookbook "Watermelon and Red Birds: A Cookbook for Juneteenth and Black Celebrations."