Learn about the most intriguing events and historical facts that occurred on January 21 throughout history. The twenty-first day of the Gregorian calendar is January 21st. The Women’s March was held in cities throughout the world on this day to protest Donald Trump’s election; a coal mine collapsed in Holly Country, South Africa, killing 435 miners; and New York City approved a law prohibiting women from smoking in public.
Aquarius is the zodiac sign for January 21. Grigori Rasputen, Geena Davis, and Jack Nicklaus all have famous birthdays. National Hugging Day and National Banana Bread Day both fall on January 21st.
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