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Tuesday, April 1

  1. page oralhistoryexampletopic edited ... Topic - The Detroit Riots of 1967 Interview subject - Martin Taft (my father) ... city was…
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    Topic - The Detroit Riots of 1967
    Interview subject - Martin Taft (my father)
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    city was paralyzed. Aparalyzed.A combination of
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    fuel the uprising. Theuprising.The riots led
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    patrons, all black. Wordblack.Word spread that
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    the looting began. Storesbegan.Stores were plundered
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    shot at firemen. Bothfiremen.Both white and
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    stores became targets. Thetargets.The mayor imposed
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    suppress the riots. Eventually,riots.Eventually, federal troops
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    as sniping continued. Thecontinued.The entire city
    To some, race played a major role in the riot. According to Rev. Albert Cleage "This is a racial incident... it represents one simple thing: black people want control of black communities." The government's Kerner Commission eventually detemrined that the riots in Detroit an other cities were a result of two societies, black and white, separate and unequal.
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    1,189 were injured. Policeinjured.Police and guardsmen
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    were looters. TheThe jails overflowed
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    reach $500 million. Moremillion.More than 30
    "Detroit riot of 1967." American History. 2008. ABC-CLIO. 4 May 2008 <**http://www.americanhistory.abc-clio.com>.**
    "The Fire this Time". Time Magazine, Volume 90 No. 5, August 5, 1967. [[http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,837150,00.html%3C/span%3E%3Cspan|http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,837150,00.html<span]]
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Tuesday, November 5

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    Interview subject - Martin Taft (my father)
    Can you describe yourself and your status in life in 1967? What was the overall mood in Detroit in 1967? - Response
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    in the supressionsuppression of the
    What was the media coverage of the riots like? -
    What do you remember about the end of the riots? -
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Wednesday, May 5

Sunday, May 10

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    THE MARCH ON WASHINGTON FOR JOBS AND FREEDOM
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    You will watch and listen to King’s speech. As you do, put the excerpts into your own words with your partner(s). Once you have finished, read about the impact of the March, and also complete the final questions about Martin Luther King, Jr.
    You will watch and listen to King’s speech. As you do, put the excerpts into your own words with your partner(s). Once you have finished, read about the impact of the March, and also complete the final questions about Martin Luther King, Jr.
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Monday, May 4

  1. page studentinstructions edited Student Unit 8 Online Notebook Instructions Step One - Will you complete this Unit 8 Online ISN a…
    Student Unit 8 Online Notebook Instructions
    Step One - Will you complete this Unit 8 Online ISN alone, or with a partner in your class?
    Step Two - Begin your Unit 8 wikispace.
    Sign in to wikispaces using your username. Create a new space called "unit8firstnamelastinitial09", such as "unit8chuckt09".
    Invite mtaftmtaft to your space
    Adjust the look and feel of the space to your liking.
    Create a "title page" of the space, including the title of the unit and images from the topics of the unit.
    Step Three - Bookmark your space at school and at home.
    Step Four - As you make additions to your Unit 8 Online ISN, make sure you keep up with the navigation (your "table of contents")

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Sunday, November 9

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    Marsalis, Nick - uncle, housing rights
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    MLK assassination - Oral History Summary/ Oral History Questions
    Michael, Cameron - gma, civil rights
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    Matt, Topher - neighbors, WWII - O H Topic Summary / O H Questions and Interview
    Benton - grandpa, Vietnam - Oral History Summary / Oral History Interview
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    grandma, protest - Oral History
    Chris, Mitchell - grandmas, WWII
    Maddy, Becca - uncle, growing up in Milwaukee
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    Kayliegh - great grandma,
    Alexandra - great grandma - Cold War - Topic Summary / Questions / Reflection
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    K, Vietnam - Vietnam War Interview
    Kevlyn - grandpa, Vietnam - Oral History Summary / Oral History Questions / Oral History Reflection
    Ali, Julia - Mr. Rob, life in the 70s - Oral History
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    and 60s - Oral History Questions / Oral History Reflection
    Charlie - 2 great grandmas, depression - Oral History Questions / Oral History Summary / Oral History Answers/ Oral History Reflection
    Erika, Amanda - both grandparents, 50s - OH Topic Summary / OH Question / OH Reflection
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    cold War - Oral History Summary / Oral History Questions / Oral History Reflection
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    neighbors, WWII - O H Topic Summary / O H Questions and Interview
    Benton - grandpa, Vietnam - Oral History Summary / Oral History Interview
    Aaron, Paul - grandma, protest
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