This date in history 7-13-2021

This date in history for July 13.

1787: Congress enacts Northwest Ordinance.

1930: First World Cup held.

1943: Largest tank battle in history ends.

1960: John F. Kennedy nominated for president.

1978: Henry Ford II fires Lee Iacocca.

1985: Live Aid concert raises money for famine relief in Africa.

1990: Movie “Ghost” opens in theaters.

2013: Phrase “Black Lives Matters” first appears.

2015: Black female Sandra Bland dies in jail after traffic stop.


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