1. Posted on 19 July, 2012

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“For the past three days the Nation has been shocked by reports of rioting and disorder in the streets of our largest and one of our proudest cities.”

—-LBJ’s Statement by the President on the Riots in New York City, July 21, 1964. The Harlem riots began on July 18, after the fatal shooting of a 15-year-old African American teenager. Photo via the Library of Congress.  

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    lbjlibrary:

    “For the past three days the Nation has been shocked by reports of rioting and disorder in the streets of our largest and one of our proudest cities.”

    —-LBJ’s Statement by the President on the Riots in New York City, July 21, 1964. The Harlem riots began on July 18, after the fatal shooting of a 15-year-old African American teenager. Photo via the Library of Congress.  


  2. Posted by: tballardbrown
  3. history

    civil unrest

    race