Long, hot summer of 1967
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|Long, hot summer of 1967|
|Part of Civil Rights Movement|
|Date||Summer of 1967|
|Resulted in||Kerner Commission established|
Long, hot summer of 1967 refers to the 159 race riots that erupted across the United States in 1967. In June there were riots in Atlanta, Boston, and Cincinnati, as well as the Buffalo riot (in Buffalo, New York), and a riot in Tampa, Florida. In July there were riots in Birmingham, Chicago, New York, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, New Britain, Conn., Rochester, N.Y., and a riot in Plainfield, New Jersey. The most serious riots of the summer took place in July, with the riot in Newark, New Jersey and the Twelfth Street riot, in Detroit, Michigan. As a result of the rioting in the Summer of 1967, and the preceding two years, President Johnson established the Kerner Commission to investigate the rioting.
Some of the riots include:
- Buffalo riot of 1967
- Cairo 1967 riot
- Cambridge riot of 1967
- Cincinnati riot of 1967
- 1967 Detroit riot
- 1967 Milwaukee riot
- 1967 Newark riots
- 1967 Plainfield riots
- 1967 Saginaw riot
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