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  • 1Riot Act (album) — Riot Act Cover to the Compact Disc version of the album Studio album by Pearl Jam Released …

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  • 2riot — ri·ot 1 n: a disturbance of the peace created by an assemblage of usu. three or more people acting with a common purpose and in a violent and tumultuous manner to the terror of the public; also: the crime of rioting riot 2 vi: to create or engage …

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  • 3Riot — This article is about a type of event. For other meanings of riot, see Riot (disambiguation). Teamsters, armed with pipes, riot in a clash with riot police in the Minneapolis Teamsters Strike of 1934 …

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  • 4Tompkins Square Park Riot (1988) — The Tompkins Square Park Riot occurred on August 6 ndash;August 7 1988 in New York City s Tompkins Square Park. Groups of drug pushers, homeless people and young people known as skinheads had largely taken over the East Village park, but the… …

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  • 51981 Brixton riot — See also: 1981 England riots and Brixton Riots 1981 Brixton Riots Bloody Saturday Police block the access to the main area of rioting. Image: Kim Aldis …

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  • 6New York City Police Riot — of 1857 Part of History of New York City (1855–1897) Municipal and Metropolitan police fight in front of New …

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  • 7Meridian race riot of 1871 — Location of Meridian in Lauderdale County The Meridian race riot of 1871, also called the Meridian Riot, was a race riot in Meridian, Mississippi in March 1871. It followed the arrest of freedmen accused of inciting riot in a do …

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  • 8Atari Teenage Riot — Infobox musical artist | Name = Atari Teenage Riot Img capt = ATR, 1999. l r: Nic Endo, Carl Crack, Hanin Elias and Alec Empire. Img size = Landscape = Background = group or band Origin = Berlin, Germany Genre = Breakcore Digital hardcore… …

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  • 9Police riot — A police riot is a term used for the wrongful, disproportionate, unlawful, and illegitimate use of force by a group of police against a group of civilians. In recent incidents, the term often describes a situation where police, clad in riot gear… …

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  • 10Harlem Riot of 1935 — The Harlem Riot of 1935 was Harlem s first race riot, sparked off by rumors of the beating of a teenage shoplifter. Three died, hundreds were wounded and an estimated $2 million in damages were sustained to properties throughout the district.cite …

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  • 11Race riot — A race riot or racial riot is a violent civil disorder ( i.e. a riot) in which race is a key factor. The term had entered the English language in the United States by the 1890s. Early use of the term in the United States referred to race riots… …

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  • 12Emma Goldman — Goldman circa 1911 Full name Emma Goldman Born June 27, 1869(1869 06 27) Kovno, Russian Empire Died May 14 …

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  • 13Chicago Seven — For the similarly named Chicago album, see Chicago VII. Poster in support of the Conspiracy 8 The Chicago Seven (originally Chicago Eight, also Conspiracy Eight/Conspiracy Seven) were seven defendants Abbie Hoffman, Jerry Rubin, David Dellinger,… …

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  • 14Seattle Liberation Front — The Seattle Liberation Front, or SLF, was a radical anti Vietnam War organization in Seattle, Washington, in the United States. The group, founded by then University of Washington professor and political activist Michael Lerner, carried out its… …

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  • 15Luigi Galleani — (1861 mdash;November 4, 1931) was a major 20th century anarchist. Galleani is best described as an anarchist communist and an insurrectionary anarchist.BiographyBackgroundBorn in Vercelli to middle class parents, Galleani became an anarchist in… …

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  • 16Peter MacDonald (Navajo leader) — Infobox President imagesize = 150px name = Peter MacDonald order = 7th office = term start = January 20, 1970 term end = January 19, 1989 vice president = predecessor = successor = Incumbent birth date = 1928 birth place = nationality =… …

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  • 17Haj Amin al-Husseini — al Husseini in 1929. Grand Mufti of Jerusalem In office 1921–1948 Preceded by …

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  • 18Peterloo Massacre — Coordinates: 53°28′41″N 2°14′49″W / 53.478°N 2.247°W / 53.478; 2.247 …

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  • 19James W. "Catfish" Cole — (1924 1967) was a Grand Dragon of the Ku Klux Klan of North Carolina and South Carolina. Rise to InfamyCole attended Grainger High School in Kinston, North Carolina, and served in the military during World War II. In 1953 he and his wife, Carolyn …

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  • 20Abbie Hoffman — Infobox Person name = Abbie Hoffman image size = caption = birth date = birth date|1936|11|30|mf=y birth place = Worcester, Massachusetts, U.S. death date = death date and age|1989|04|12|1936|11|30 death place = New Hope, Pennsylvania, U.S.… …

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