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North Omaha, Nebraska - Gallery
... Omaha Star office at NE corner of 24th Grant Streets Webster Telephone Exchange Building, once home of the Great Plains Black Museum Captain Alfonza Davis commemorative plaque Tuskegee Airman from N.O General ...
Timeline Of Racial Tension In Omaha, Nebraska - 1900 To 1950
... Events reflecting racial tension in Omaha from 1900 to 1950 chronological order Date Issue Event 1905 Riot More than 800 students, children of European immigrant laborers in South Omaha, protested the presence ... the editors of the Law Journal of Tokyo during their diplomatic visit to Omaha after their asking him about cow punching ... Riot destroyed a successful Greek immigrant community in South Omaha ...
African Americans In Omaha, Nebraska - Race Relations - Civil Rights Movement
... Further information Civil Rights Movement in Omaha, Nebraska The lynching of Willy Brown has been credited for radicalizing Omaha's African-American community ... In the 1920s the Omaha chapter of Marcus Garvey's Universal Negro Improvement Association was founded by Earl Little, a Baptist minister and the father of ... Malcolm X was born in Omaha in 1925 ...

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