The month of June gives recognition to and celebrates several populations, June is Gay Pride Month in recognition of LGBTQ citizens  June is also the National Caribbean American Heritage Month and the African-American Music Appreciation Month. June includes Father’s Day, World Refugee Day, Anti-Child Labor Day, and World Blood Donor Day, et al.
It was on June 14, 1777 that the American flag was adopted. 

On June 15, 2020, the U.S. Supreme Court “ruled that LGBTQ citizens are protected from discrimination under Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act.  On June 18, 2020, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled to uphold the Obama era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA), thereby ruling against the Trump Administration’s  effort to end the program.

I and many other Americans were pleased with the actions of the Supreme Court since the rulings (1) mandated that LGBTQ citizens be treated fairly and (2) allowed immigrants brought to the USA as children to remain in the USA.

Of course, there are those who were not pleased with the Supreme Court rulings.  All of us residing in the U.S.A .are individuals who deserve fair and humane treatment. I am reminded of some of the lyrics in the song “I Gotta Be Me” by Sammy Davis, Jr. 
“… I want to live, not merely survive
And I won’t give up this dream
Of life that keeps me alive
I gotta be me, I gotta be me
The dream that I see makes me what I am…”

June has been and is a month for the people.
Junio,Juin,Juni,iyun’,Yuniu,Jen,Junhho,???  Hindi,Thng su  Vietnamese,??Japanese,?? (li yu) Chinese,?? (yuwol) Korean,  ???? Hebrew