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The Crisis Magazine Sep 15
In 1963, Addie Mae Collins, Denise McNair, Carole Robertson, and Cynthia Wesley, were murdered by a bomb planted by KKK terrorists. 14 people were also injured in the bomb blast at the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Ala. We will never forget.
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Zinn Ed Project Sep 14
Citywide protest of police brutality in D.C. on 1941. In 1937, African American leaders held mock trial to “provide a complete picture of lawless police terror which has reigned in Washington for past 10 years.” Read ⬇️& see photos.
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Zinn Ed Project Sep 15
1963 Cynthia Wesley, Carole Robertson, & Addie Mae Collins – all 14 yrs old, and 11-yr-old Denise McNair were killed in terrorist bombing. A fifth child, Sarah Collins Rudolph, was severely injured. Learn more & find teaching resources on link ⬇️.
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Zinn Ed Project Sep 13
1858, 18-yr-old John Price was arrested by federal marshal in Oberlin, Ohio under Fugitive Slave Act of 1850. A group of local residents (Black and white) stormed hotel, found Price, & took him to freedom in Canada. Read ⬇️
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JFKonThisDay 50m
September 16, 1961, 12:25 - 3:10 pm President Kennedy, Mrs. Kennedy, and Caroline Kennedy cruise aboard the Marlin. Hyannis Port, Massachusetts.
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JFKonThisDay Sep 14
September 14, 1962, 8:00 pm Australian Ambassador Sir Howard Beale's dinner for the America's Cup crews, the Breakers, Newport, Rhode Island. 🎙️:
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JFKonThisDay Sep 14
September 14, 1963, 11:28 am - 3:03 pm President Kennedy cruises aboard the Honey Fitz, Newport, Rhode Island.
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Porkchop Branch 4h
- September 16, 1946-Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs record for the first time with Bill Monroe. Along with Chubby Wise and Howard Watts aka "Cedric Rainwater", the Bluegrass Boys record songs that become bluegrass standards.
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Zinn Ed Project Sep 8
Delano grape strike began 1965. Ask your students who organized it — then ask again. Did they know the organizers were Filipino American labor leaders Larry Itliong and Philip Vera Cruz of the Agricultural Workers Organizing Committee? Read ⬇️
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Atlantic Canada Aviation Museum 2h
The Canadian Air Corp is authorized in 1914, consisting of two officers and a mechanic.
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365History 2h
This Day in History 16 Sept 1400 Owain Glyndwr was proclaimed Prince of Wales after rebelling against English rule. He was the last Welsh-born Prince of Wales.
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JFKonThisDay Sep 10
September 10, 1963, 10:27 - 11:30 am Meeting with senior foreign policy, military, political, and intelligence advisers on the situation in South Vietnam.
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Joan Bos 5h
Georg of Brunswick "is the most ridiculous person imaginable, and so silly that he can never be left alone but is always accompanied by a courtier". Excluded from the line of succession, he died September 16, 1811, aged 42.
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