[Michigan, November 10, 2022]:
The American Human Rights Council (AHRC-USA) joins the nation in observing Veterans Day that falls annually on November 11. Veterans Day started as Armistice Day. In 1954, President Dwight D. Eisenhower renamed Armistice Day as Veterans Day.
The nation has two holidays that honor the military. Memorial Day commemorates the sacrifices of those who died in wars. Veterans day honors all veterans who have served the country.
Veterans day is a special occasion to honor those who sacrificed for the sake of the nation’s freedoms and safety. AHRC salutes the millions of veterans and their family members. The nation appreciates their sacrifices.
“American veterans continue to face challenges transitioning to civilian life,” said Imad Hamad, AHRC Executive Director. “We should honor them in our words and deeds every day,” added Hamad. “Many of our veterans continue to face great challenges that mandate our nation’s attention” concluded Hamad.
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