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Free Ebook Download Free download lesson plan, resume sample and terms paper in PDF. Download or read online on jameslloydillustration. The 1967 Detroit riot, also known as the 12th Street riot was the bloodiest race riot in the “Long, hot summer the unfinished nation a concise history pdf 1967”.
Composed mainly of confrontations between black people and police, it began in the early morning hours of Sunday July 23, 1967 in Detroit, Michigan. To help end the disturbance, Governor George W. Cavanagh stated that the situation was “critical” but not yet “out of control. July 23, 1967, Detroit police officers raided the unlicensed weekend drinking club in the office of the United Community League for Civic Action, above the Economy Printing Company, at 9125 12th Street.
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After the police left, the crowd began looting an adjacent clothing store. Shortly thereafter, full-scale looting began throughout the neighborhood. State police, Wayne County sheriffs, and the Michigan National Guard were alerted, but because it was Sunday, it took hours for the Police Commissioner Ray Girardin to assemble sufficient manpower. The local news media initially avoided reporting on the disturbance so as not to inspire copy-cat violence, but the rioting started to expand to other parts of the city, including looting of retail and grocery stores elsewhere.