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Fourth of July: Remembering Our Independence

July 4, 2022 | 2 min read

By Cristina L. Wong

Since 1941, the Fourth of July (also known as Independence Day) has been a federal holiday. According to, the Continental Congress voted in favor of independence on July 2, 1776. Following this event, thirteen colonies adopted the Declaration of Independence two days later – and as we’ve all learned in early education years – this significant document was drafted by Thomas Jefferson. Generations later, Americans still get together to celebrate this special day of independence and continue the tradition around the U.S. 

In the Bay Area, many folks look forward to July 4th – not only are we celebrating our independence – but a day off work means spending more time with family and friends. Particularly this year, as we’re making up for lost time during the pandemic, many are itching for a big celebration! If you’re planning on staying in the Bay Area for the long holiday weekend, here are some activities you can check out: 

ZEDEDA recognizes and honors our day of independence and welcomes others to join the celebration. If you’re interested in connecting with a diverse, innovative, and spirited team, then look no further! Check out our
new hire openings here. The ZEDEDA team loves to celebrate the Fourth of July with family and friends every year and we encourage you to do the same. On behalf of ZEDEDA, we wish you a Happy Fourth of July!


About Author
Cristina L. Wong, Director of Content Marketing

Cristina L. Wong is Director of Content Marketing at ZEDEDA. As a B2B/B2C content marketing expert, she focuses on building and scaling thought-provoking content initiatives, and empowering customers through storytelling. Throughout her career, she has been focused on B2B/B2C content marketing for a variety of Silicon Valley tech companies including, but not limited to cybersecurity, cloud data protection and management, network performance management, and edge computing.

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