Sure, you've never thrown a brick through a window or knocked over a car, but you just might be an expert on riots. That's because world history is full of these notable events, in which people turn their rage and angst about the world into violence. Find out how much you know about the details of some of the most famous riots of the past with this quiz.
The death of Timothy Thomas due to excessive police force caused four days of rioting in Cincinnati.
The Battle in Seattle caused millions of dollars of damage to the city.
Men could pay $300 to dodge the draft and avoid fighting in the Civil War. In today's dollars, that fee would amount to $5,000.
Watts residents were already wary of the police presence in their neighborhood, but on Aug. 11, 1965, their bitterness turned violent after a crowd watched police pull over a black man for his driving.
In the early hours of March 3, 1991, George Holliday heard police sirens and went to his bedroom window to investigate, armed with his new video camera. The footage was seen around the world, and it may have been playing in rioters' heads when they took to the streets.
In the aftermath of the Stonewall riots, many gay pride and gay rights groups formed in honor of the bravery of those who had stood their ground at the Stonewall Inn.
Martin Luther King Jr. preached non-violence, but his assassination spurred days of race riots.
Don't mess with a rabid chariot racing fan! In 532 A.D., a chariot racing audience in Constantinople became angry that the Emperor didn't commute the life sentences of two chariot drivers. Days of violence ensued.
The inmates of New York's Attica Correctional Facility rioted in 1971, demanding better living conditions. After four days of attempted negotiations, police finally retook the prison with the use of tear gas.
Latino youths wore trademark zoot suits, which made them easy for aggrieved parties to find and assault in this race riot.