Fox News alert. Live look now in Brooklyn, New York. You can see a lot of demonstrators out there commemorating Juneteenth.They're walking across the Brooklyn Bridge chanting Breonna Taylor and George Floyd.This day 155 years after the last slaves were freed in America, gaining more attention of course than everin the wake of the black lives matter protest that's been sweeping the nation along with heightened awareness and massive rallies all across America.Companies across the U.S. are now honoring Juneteenth as an annual holiday.Here now with more insights is Jack Brewer.He is CEO and executive producer of the Brewer Group, a former NFL player for the Minnesota Vikings.Jack, welcome, and happy Juneteenth. Thanks for having me, Ed. I really appreciate it.You know, as I read your story, you grew up in Texas, this has deep meaning for you, tell us about your personal experience.I got to tell you, man, this is a joyous day.You know, all my life we celebrated Juneteenth and, you know,usually when I talk to African-Americans across the country a lot of people don't even understand or didn't before now understand the significance of this day.You know, my great-grandfather was a sharecropper.He was the first black man actually to come into my town, Grapevine, Texas, sharecropping.And so, this day always reminds me of that, it reminds me of my history.And so, you know, for a long time I've always hoped and dreamed that this would actually be a national holiday.And so, I'm pushing for that and it's just -- you know, it's a time that all Americans can reflect, right,not just reflect on the horrible institution of slavery -- Yeah. -- but reflect on how far we've come.