Which american president do people commemorate on National Freedom Day?
February, 1: National Freedom Day in United States
National Freedom Day is an observance in the United States that honors the signing of a resolution that proposed the 13th amendment of the nation's constitution on February 1, 1865. Abraham Lincoln, who was the president at the time, signed the resolution to outlaw slavery. The amendment was made to outlaw slavery and was ratified on December 18, 1865. This anniversary is annually observed on February 1.