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... The Omaha Race Riot occurred in Omaha, Nebraska, on September 28–29, 1919 ... The race riot resulted in the brutal lynching of Will Brown, a black worker the death of two white men the attempted hanging of the mayor Edward Parsons Smith and a public rampage by thousands of whites who set ... It followed more than 20 race riots that occurred in major industrial cities of the United States during the Red Summer of 1919 ...
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“If this bureau had a prayer for use around horse parks, it would go something like this: Lead us not among bleeding-hearts to whom horses are cute or sweet or adorable, and deliver us from horse-lovers. Amen.... With that established, lets talk about the death of Seabiscuit the other night. It isnt mawkish to say, there was a racehorse, a horse that gave race fans as much pleasure as any that ever lived and one that will be remembered as long and as warmly.”
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