There’S Nevertheless A Debate Over What To Name It

Detroit 1967: There’s Still A Debate Over What To Call ItEnlarge this image toggle caption AP APIt was after 3 a.m. on a Sunday: July 23, 1967.
Windows were shattered and looting began.
“Whereas, if you turn to the word ‘rebellion,’ there’s a sense that the people who are doing that stuff are pushing back against some force.
Political Crisis Began in Detroit that in 1967, 95 percent of the Detroit police department was white.
“Detroit July 1967.

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