Latest addition to the database:
Six Days in Cincinnati: A Graphic Account of the Riots That Shook the Nation a Decade Before Black Lives Matter
- "When Timothy Thomas, a 19-year-old Black man, was fatally shot by police, the city broke out into nonviolent civil disobedience that was met with further police violence. This was the first major uprising of the 21st Century, matched only by the LA riots a decade before and the protests in Ferguson over a decade later."
- Author - Dan Méndez Moore
- Publication Information:
- Microcosm Publishing, Portland, OR, 2012
- Color or Black & White:
- Bibliography Available:
- Original Language
- Historical Topic/Event
- Geographic Setting
- Date Range
- 2001 - 2001
- Civil rights movements, African Americans, Protest movements, Police shootings, Nonviolence
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