What’s Happening Today?
World Day of Social Justice: (Social Justice Equality Day) is an international day
recognizing the need to promote social justice,
which includes efforts to tackle issues such as poverty, exclusion, gender
equality gender, unemployment, human rights, and social
protections. Many organizations, including the UN, American Library
Association (ALA), and the International Labour Organization, make
statements on the importance of social justice for people. World Day of Social Justice was
declared On 26
November 2007 by the UN General Assembly starting from the sixty-third session
of the General Assembly.
Out Your Bookcase Day. On this day, avid
readers and bibliophiles focus on getting their bookcases clean and in order.
They dust or wipe down their books.
What Happened Today?
In 2005, Spain
became the first country to vote in a referendum on ratification of the proposed
Constitution of the European Union, passing it by a substantial margin,
but on a low turnout.
In 1965, Ranger
8 crashed into the Moon after a successful mission of photographing
possible landing sites for the Apollo program astronaut. The Apollo program was the third United States human
spaceflight program carried out by the National Aeronautics
and Space Administration (NASA), which succeeded in landing the
first humans on the Moon from 1969 to 1972.
1988, Rihanna Barbadian/American
Brown Scottish politician, former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Sources: Wikipedia, checkiday &nationaldaycalendar.com.