1967 - The Long Hot Summer (Resource)
The season of uprising when America came undone
Ghettoization. Police violence. Unemployment. The Vietnam War. Welcome to the Long Hot Summer of 1967.
In 1967, racial unrest exploded nationwide. In more than 75 riots, 16,000 people were arrested and 83 died. On the 50th anniversary, we take you on a multimedia experience of what those days of hope and rage felt like in real time.
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