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1897 – Born on October 7th in Sandersville. The leader of the black separatist religious movement known as the Nation of Islam (sometimes called Black Muslims) in the United States. 1923-1930 – The son of sharecroppers and former slaves, Muhammad moved to Detroit where he became assistant minister to the founder of the sect, Wallace ..

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1846 – Born in Augsburg, Bavaria on the 5th of  February. 1874–1878 – He served as a Marxist social democratic deputy in the German Reichstag. 1879 – He went to France but was forced to leave and then settled in London. 1879 – Founder and editor of newspaper "Freiheit". 1882 – Immigrated to US. 1883 ..

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1793 – Born on January 3rd. Lucretia Mott was born Lucretia Coffin. She was raised in a Quaker community in Massachusetts, "thoroughly imbued with women’s rights" (in her words). 1818 – She was serving as a minister in the Quacker religion. 1827 – She and her husband followed Elias Hicks in the "Great Separation", opposing ..

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1954 – Born on April 23rd in Flint, Michigan. An American film director author and activist. 1972 – He was elected to the local school board at age 18. 1991 – He married his wife, Kathleen Glynn.          – He wrote "Downsize This!". 1994 – Created the television series "TV Nation". 2002 – "Bowling ..

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1880 – Mencken was born in Baltimore, Maryland on September 12, 1880. 1899 – Worked as a reporter for the Baltimore Morning Herald. 1906 – Mencken became a reporter at The Baltimore Sun after working at the Baltimore Morning Herald. 1908 – Became a literary critic for the magazine The Smart Set. Mencken together with ..

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US musician, photographer, and activist for vegetarianism and animal rights   wrote vegetarian cookbooks "Linda McCartney's Home Cooking" 1989, "Linda's Kitchen" 1996, photograph collection "Linda McCartney's Sixties: Portrait of an Era" 1992   founded line of frozen vegetarian dinners 1991   wife of Paul McCa..

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