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1964 Rochester race riot - Wikipedia

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7/20/2014 · Rochester's riots came a week after Harlem — the heart of the African-American community in New York City — erupted in violence. The Rochester riots garnered front-page headlines across the ...

1964 Rochester race riot - Wikipedia

1964 riots revisited: 3 days that shook Rochester

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Riots in Other Upstate Cities. Other upstate cities experiencing race-related rioting in the 1960s included Troy (1966), Albany (1967), Buffalo (1967) and Syracuse (1967). Attica, west of Rochester, experienced a bloody prison uprising in 1971.

1964 riots revisited: 3 days that shook Rochester

Riots - Rochester Wiki

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7/16/2014 · The riots that forever changed Rochester began on July 24, 1964, at a Friday night street dance on Joseph Avenue. A chaperone asked two police officers for help with an intoxicated young man. The officers arrested the man, but a crowd surrounded them to prevent the police from taking him into ...

Riots - Rochester Wiki

Riots still haunt Rochester | News | Rochester City Newspaper

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11/2/2009 · Summer, 1964: Violence erupted on a hot July night in Rochester, New York. "July '64" tells the story of an unrest that altered the course of history in Rochester, and predicted urban unrest ...

Riots still haunt Rochester | News | Rochester City Newspaper

July '64 - YouTube

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Rochester (/ ˈ r ɒ tʃ ɪ s t ər, -ɛ s-/) is a city on the southern shore of Lake Ontario in western New York.With a population of 208,046 residents, Rochester is the seat of Monroe County and the third most populous city in New York state, after New York City and Buffalo.The metropolitan area has a population of just over 1 million people.

July '64 - YouTube

Rochester, New York - Wikipedia

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7/20/2014 · A chronology of the Rochester riots of 1964, from July 20 to Aug. 3. ... Police set up a blockade at Central Avenue and Joseph, just south of the New York Central Railroad overpass, to …

Rochester, New York - Wikipedia

Timeline: Rochester's 1964 riots - Democrat and Chronicle

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Rochester's was one of a trio of 'riots' in the summer of 1964. Together, they inaugurated the "long hot summers" of racial strife that marked the mid and late sixties. It is to the origins, effects, and implications of such events that the items in this collection ultimately speak.

Timeline: Rochester's 1964 riots - Democrat and Chronicle

Rochester Race Riot Papers | RBSCP

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Rochester Race Riot Papers | RBSCP

Rochester race Riots of '64 - YouTube

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7/9/2016 · A fleet of police cars waits on St. Paul Street for the beginning of a march in Rochester, N.Y., Friday, July 8, 2016, to protest the recent shooting death by police of Alton Sterling and Philando ...

Rochester race Riots of '64 - YouTube

Rochester cops patrol in riot gear, arrest 40 Black Lives ...

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In July of 1964, Rochester experienced a spree of race-related violence, primarily in and around the Joseph Avenue area. The name given to this event is the 1964 Race Riot.. Causes. Many underlying causes are cited, including poverty, poor housing conditions, lack of employment opportunities, and political racial tensions.

Rochester cops patrol in riot gear, arrest 40 Black Lives ...

1964 Race Riot - Rochester Wiki

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New York Race Riots Background: The New York Race Riots of 1964 were the first in a series of devastating race-related riots that ripped through American cities between 1964 and 1965. The riots began in Harlem, New York following the shooting of fifteen year-old James Powell by a white off-duty police officer on July 18, 1964.

1964 Race Riot - Rochester Wiki
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