EDENTON — At 9:30 a.m., a half-hour before Edenton’s Juneteenth parade, Roslyn Harris of Edenton was already seated in a lawn chair, waiting for the parade to start.

Harris moved back to Edenton almost a year ago, and the Juneteenth celebration is special for her.

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