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Google Graffiti commemorates the centennial of the silent civil rights movement in the United States

via:博客园     time:2017/7/29 15:30:17     readed:810


Today, Google on its home page graffiti recognized 10,000 Americans in 100 years before the justice behavior. Google graffiti describes the silence parade that was held today in New York's Fifth Avenue 100 years ago. This is a historic event in which about 10,000 African-American parades protested against lynchings and other anti-black violence in the United States.

The campaign was organized by NAACP, which was the premier mass protest by leading well-known leaders James & Middot; Weldon Johnson and George Du Bois, aimed at urging the then President Woodrow & Middot; Wilson protects African-American life.

Google is not only in recognition of the incident, but with the cooperation of Equal Justice initiative, that is, to create a "lynch" laptops "interactive online display, to explore a group of black Americans plague the history of violence. Google today said in a statement: "Today's graffiti commemorates the 100th anniversary of the silent procession and is proud of those who resonate over a century later. & Rdquo;

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