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May 11 2010 Today in History Newsletter

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Louis Farrakhan

Louis Farrakhan is one of the most prolific leaders of the Nation of Islam. He was born today, May 11, 1933. Read my article to find out more about his life and work with the Nation.

Louis Farrakhan was born in 1933. Let's see what else was going on in 1933, shall we?

Franklin Delano Roosevelt announces the creation of 4 million public work jobs.

The dirigible "The Akron" crashed in New Jersey.

Alcatraz becomes a federal penitentiary.

Work begins to construct the Golden Gate Bridge.

The original 1933 King Kong Movie is shown.

The First ever drive in Theatre is established in New Jersey.

The Chocolate chip cookie is invented.


Joan Collins - May 23rd

Larry King - November 19th

Yoko Ono - February 18th

Roman Polanski - August 18th

Michael Caine - March 14th

Michael Dukakis - November 3rd

Marty Feldman - July 8th

Jayne Mansfield - April 19th

Willie Nelson - April 30th

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