Teach Middle East Magazine May-June 2016 Issue 5 Volume 3 - Page 54

This Month In History June

1966

On June 13 , 1966 , the U . S . Supreme Court ruled ( 5-4 ) in the case of Miranda v . Arizona that an accused person must be apprised of certain rights before police questioning . These included the right to remain silent , the right to know that anything said can be used against the individual in court , and the right to have a defence attorney present during interrogation . American police officers now routinely read prisoners their ' Miranda ' ( constitutional ) rights before questioning .

1963

“ One cannot deny the great role women have played in the world community . My flight was yet another impetus to continue this female contribution .” - Valentina Tereshkova , retired Russian cosmonaut & politician
Valentina Tereshkova achieved her childhood dream at the age of 26 on June 16 , 1963 , when she became the first woman in space . Her Soviet spacecraft , Vostok 6 , took off from the Tyuratam launch site . She manually controlled the spacecraft completing 48 orbits in 71 hours before landing safely .

Other Important Events

Other

1982 1985 1988 important events and happenings in the month of June are :

“ My guiding principles in life are to be honest , genuine , thoughtful and caring .” – Prince William , Duke of Cambridge
Britain ' s Prince William ( William Arthur Philip Louis ) was born in London , June 21 , 1982 . He is the elder son of Charles , Prince of Wales and Diana , Princess of Wales . He is second in line to succeed his grandmother , Queen Elizabeth 11 , after his father .
“ Putting a little time aside for clean fun and good humour is very necessary to relieve the tensions of our time .” – Hattie McDaniel , Actress , singer-songwriter & Comedian
Hattie McDaniel is the first African American to win an Academy Award . She was also the first African American woman to sing on the radio in the US . Hattie was born in Wichita , Kansas on June 10 , 1895 . She won a Best Supporting Actress Academy Award in 1940 for her role as Mammy in Gone With The Wind .
“ Take care not to step on the foot of a learned idiot . His bite is incurable .” – Paul Guaguin , French postimpressionist artist
French painter , sculptor Eugene Henri ‘ Paul Guaguin ’ is best known paintings include Vision After the Sermon ( 1888 ), When Shall We Be Married (( 1892 ), Holiday ( 1896 ) and Two Tahitian Women ( 1899 ). Born June 7 , 1848 , his style inspired artists such as Henri Matisse , Edvard Munch and the young Pablo Picasso .
Men ’ s Health Month
National Migraine Awareness Month
World Environment Day ( June 5 th )
Father ’ s Day ( June 19 th )
International Day of Yoga ( June 21 st )
Sources : the history place and wikipedia
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