November National Days


November 1
National Authors’ Day
National Brush Day
National Calzone Day
National Cinnamon Day
National Deep Fried Clams Day
National Cook For Your Pets Day
National Family Literacy Day
National Vinegar Day
Daylight Saving Time Ends – First Sunday in November

November 2
National Deviled Egg Day
National Ohio Day
Color the World Orange Day – First Monday in November
Job Action Day – First Monday in November
Traffic Directors Day – Nov 2 Except if it falls on a weekend, then it’s the following Monday

November 3
National Housewife’s Day
National Sandwich Day

November 4
National Chicken Lady Day
National Candy Day
National Stress Awareness Day – First Wednesday in November

November 5
National Doughnut Day
National Love Your Red Hair Day
National Cash Back Day – First Thursday in November
National Men Make Dinner Day (Must Cook. No BBQ Allowed!) – First Thursday in November

November 6
National Jersey Friday – First Friday in November
National Nachos Day
Saxophone Day

November 7
National Bison Day – First Saturday in November
National Bittersweet Chocolate with Almonds Day
National Canine Lymphoma Awareness Day
National Play Outside Day – First Saturday of Every Month

November 8
National Cappuccino Day
National Harvey Wallbanger Day
National Parents as Teachers Day
National STEM/STEAM Day

November 9
National Scrapple Day
Microtia Awareness Day
National Louisiana Day

November 10
Marine Corps Birthday
National Forget-Me-Not Day
National Vanilla Cupcake Day

November 11
National Sundae Day
Veterans Day

November 12
National French Dip Day
National Pizza with the Works Except Anchovies Day
National Chicken Soup for the Soul Day

November 13
National Indian Pudding Day
World Kindness Day

November 14
National Seat Belt Day *
National Family PJ Day
National Pickle Day
National Spicy Guacamole Day

November 15
National Bundt (Pan) Day
National Philanthropy Day
National Clean Out Your Refrigerator Day
National Spicy Hermit Cookie Day
National Raisin Bran Cereal Day
America Recycles Day

November 16
National Fast Food Day
National Button Day
National Indiana Day

November 17
National Baklava Day
National Take A Hike Day
National Homemade Bread Day

November 18
National Princess Day
National Vichyssoise Day
Mickey Mouse Birthday
National Educational Support Professionals Day – Wednesday of American Education Week

November 19
National Carbonated Beverage With Caffeine Day
National Play Monopoly Day
Great American Smokeout – Thursday Before Thanksgiving
National Rural Health Day – Third Thursday in November


November 20
National Peanut Butter Fudge Day
National Absurdity Day
National Child’s Day

November 21
National Gingerbread Cookie Day
National Stuffing Day
National Red Mitten Day
National Adoption Day – Saturday Before Thanksgiving

November 22
National Cranberry Relish Day

November 23
National Cashew Day
National Eat a Cranberry Day
National Espresso Day

November 24
National Sardines Day

November 25
National Play Day with Dad *
National Parfait Day
Blase´Day
Shopping Reminder Day
Tie One On Day – Day Before Thanksgiving
National Jukebox Day – Day Before Thanksgiving

November 26
National Cake Day
National Day of Mourning – Fourth Thursday in November
Thanksgiving Day – Fourth Thursday in November
Turkey-free Thanksgiving – Fourth Thursday in November

November 27
National Bavarian Cream Pie Day
National Craft Jerky Day
National Day of Listening – Day After Thanksgiving
National Native American Heritage Day – Day After Thanksgiving
Black Friday – Day After Thanksgiving
Buy Nothing Day – Day After Thanksgiving
Flossing Day – Day After Thanksgiving
Maize Day – Day After Thanksgiving
You’re Welcomegiving Day – Day After Thanksgiving

November 28
National French Toast Day
Small Business Saturday – Saturday After Thanksgiving

November 29
Electronic Greetings Day

November 30
National Personal Space Day *
National Mason Jar Day
National Mousse Day
National Meth Awareness Day
Computer Security Day
Stay Home Because You’re Well Day
National Mississippi Day
Cyber Monday – Monday After Thanksgiving

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on this day … 11/30


 

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1947 – The U.N. General Assembly passed a resolution that called for the division of Palestine between Arabs and Jews.


United Nations Resolution 181

Israeli-Palestinian history

United Nations Resolution 181, resolution passed by the United Nations (UN) General Assembly in 1947 that called for the partition of Palestine into Arab and Jewish states, with the city of Jerusalem as a corpus separatum (Latin: “separate entity”) to be governed by a special international regime. The resolution—which was considered by the Jewish community in Palestine to be a legal basis for the establishment of Israel, and which was rejected by the Arab community—was succeeded almost immediately by violence.

Palestine had been governed by Great Britain since 1922. Since that time, Jewish immigration to the region had increased, and tensions between Arabs and Jews had grown. In April 1947, exhausted by World War II and increasingly intent upon withdrawing from the Middle East region, Britain referred the issue of Palestine to the UN. To investigate a suitable course of action, the UN formed the UN Special Committee on Palestine (UNSCOP), an inquiry committee made up of members from 11 countries. Ultimately, UNSCOP delivered two proposals: that of the majority, which recommended two separate states joined economically, and that of the minority, which supported the formation of a single binational state made up of autonomous Jewish and Palestinian areas. The Jewish community approved of the first of these proposals, while the Arabs opposed them both. A counterproposal—including a provision that only those Jews who had arrived before the Balfour Declaration (and their descendents) would be citizens of the state—did not win Jewish favour.

The proposal to partition Palestine, based on a modified version of the UNSCOP majority report, was put to a General Assembly vote on November 29, 1947. The fate of the proposal was initially uncertain, but, after a period of intense lobbying by pro-Jewish groups and individuals, the resolution was passed with 33 votes in favour, 13 against, and 10 abstentions.

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This article was most recently revised and updated by Amy McKenna, Senior Editor.

I wanted to thank Britannica for speaking truth to power as sad as it looks, it smells outrageous and seemingly inhumane way of dealing with People! The truth re: The mistreatment of Palestinians and their history their land needs more airtime