The Canadian Press

1991-07-20 | Halifax riot

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Starting the night of July 18, Halifax police were put to the test. It started with 150 people, most of them black, charging several blocks through the city's downtown bar district. Fifteen people, all white, were injured. Black leaders said the riot was sparked by an incident the night before when some blacks were denied entry to a bar. At a community meeting, resident Buddy Adams had some words of advice for Halifax Police Chief Vince MacDonald.

Date: 1991-07-20
Placeline: HALIFAX, Nova Scotia.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 19 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << be sensitive to the black people that's up there any of you be sentenced to the white people that's downtown be sensitive these people are paying your wages you have to go in there not with an attitude that you're going to be sitting up there cracking here to cheat those days are over we seem so they have to go East End Arkansas black people are not going to take that crap anymore >>


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