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36th year  -  N° 301                 Thursday, 28 October 2021         Antwerpen		
Is it My Body? Someone I Might Be?
Radical left organisation
the Weather Underground


  • 6 October 1969 (x) The Haymarket Memorial statue is bombed by the Weather Underground in Chicago, United States.

  • 6 December 1969 (x) Bombing of several Chicago police cars parked in a precinct parking lot by the Weather Underground in Chicago, United States.

  • 6 March 1970 (x) Three members of the Weather Underground are killed while constructing a nailbomb in a townhouse in New York City, United States.

  • 15 April 1970 (x) members Linda Sue Evans and Dianne Donghi are arrested for trying to forge checks using false identification in New York City, United States.

  • 10 May 1970 (x) Bomb attack by the Weather Underground on the National Guard Association of the United States in Washington, United States.

  • 9 June 1970 (x) Bomb attack by the Weather Underground on the police headquarters in response to police brutality in New York City, United States.

  • 5 July 1970 (x) Bomb attack by the Weather Underground on the United States Army Base in San Francisco, United States.

  • 6 October 1970 (x) The Haymarket Memorial statue is bombed once more by the Weather Underground in Chicago, United States.

  • 8 October 1970 (x) Bomb attack by the Weather Underground in retaliation for the killings of Black Panthers Jonathan JacksonWilliam Christmas and James McClain in San Rafael, United States.

  • 10 October 1970 (x) Bomb attack by the Weather Underground on the traffic-court building in support for the prison riots in New York, United States.

  • 14 October 1970 (x) Bomb attack by The Proud Eagle Tribe of Weather, the Women's Brigade of the the Weather Underground in Cambridge, United States.

  • 5 December 1970 (x) Five members of the Weather Underground are arrested for bomb attacks in New York City, United States.

  • 11 December 1970 (x) Members of the Weather Underground 20-year-old Vivian Bogart and 19-year-old Patricia McLean are arrested after throwing an incendiary bomb in New York City, United States.

  • 1 March 1971 (x) Bomb attack by the Weather Underground in Washington, United States.

  • 30 August 1971 (x) Bomb attack by the Weather Underground in retaliation for the killing of Black Activist George Jackson in Sacramento, United States.

  • 17 September 1971 (x) Bomb attack by the Weather Underground to protest the killing of 29 inmates at Attica State Penitentiary on 13 September in Albany, United States.

  • 19 May 1972 (x) places a bomb in the women's bathroom in the Air Force wing in Arlington County, United States.

  • 6 March 1974 (x) Bomb attack by the Women's Brigade of the Weather Underground to protest the sterilisation of poor women in San Francisco, United States.

  • 31 May 1974 (x) Bomb attack by the the Weather Underground on the office of the California Attorney General in Sacramento, United States.

  • 17 June 1974 (x) Bomb attack by the Weather Underground on the Gulf Oil headquarters in Pittsburgh, United States.

  • 23 January 1975 (x) Bomb attack by the Weather Underground on the Department of Defense offices in Oakland, United States.


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