1. 1967 Newark riots - Wikipedia


    1967 Newark riots; Date: July 12-17, 1967: Location: Newark, New Jersey: Causes: Beating of a black man by police: Methods: Rioting, arson, shooting, assault, rock ...

  2. Newark Riot (1967 ) | The Black Past: Remembered and


    The Newark Riot of 1967 which took place in Newark, New Jersey from July 12 through July 17, 1967, was sparked by a display of police brutality.

  3. 2011 England riots - Wikipedia


    The 2011 England riots occurred between 6 and 11 August 2011, when thousands of people rioted in several London boroughs and in cities and towns across England.

  4. Watts Riots - University System of Georgia


    Watts Riots Background: The Watts Riot, which raged for six days and resulted in more than forty million dollars worth of property damage, was both the largest and ...

  5. Detroit riots 1967


    The Detroit riot of 1967, The Great Rebellion, was Detroit's defining moment. Forty-eight years later, what have we learned?

  6. Detroit race riot 1943 - Detroit riots 1967


    The Detroit riot of 1943 was a national embarrassment during time of war, causing America to take a long, hard introspective look at itself.

  7. Major Race Riots in the U.S. Timeline - Infoplease


    While Democrats held power at the state level in North Carolina, a coalition of white Republicans and African Americans controlled politics in Wilmington, in 1898. A ...

  8. The 12th Street riot - Jul 23, 1967 - HISTORY.com


    On this day in History, The 12th Street riot on Jul 23, 1967. Learn more about what happened today on History.

  9. Crime in Newark, New Jersey (NJ): murders, rapes ...


    Crime rate in Newark, New Jersey (NJ): murders, rapes, robberies, assaults, burglaries, thefts, auto thefts, arson, law enforcement employees, police officers,

  10. A Revolution of Values: Martin Luther King Jr. and the ...


    Can American history teach us anything about how to eradicate economic inequality? A historian takes a look back at Martin Luther King Jr.'s unfinished Poor People's ...