September 4 is Immigrant Day in Argentina
Immigrant Day (in Argentina). The date was established by the National Executive Power in 1949 and corresponds to the day the first Argentine decree promoting immigration was signed, in 1812. The decree of the National Executive Power was No. 21,430.
Secretary’s Day (in Argentina). Each country designated a particular day for the tribute of those who have this profession. In the case of Argentina and Uruguay, it was established on September 4. The important thing to highlight is that, nowadays, it is a task carried out by people regardless of their gender.
Cartoon Day (in Argentina). It is celebrated on September 4 because that day, in 1957, the pages of the weekly magazine Hora Cero published for the first time El Eternauta, the comic strip by Héctor Germán Oesterheld and Francisco Solano López. The strip became a landmark of the genre.
International Taekwondo Day. It was decided that it be held on this date, because it was the same day that the International Olympic Committee decided that it should be considered an Olympic sport in 1994.
Los Angeles was founded in 1781. It is the most populous city in California and the second most populous in the United States, after New York. It was founded by the Spanish governor Felipe de Neve with the name of “The Town of Our Lady the Queen of the Angels of the Porciúncula River”. In 1821, after the Mexican war of independence, the city became part of Mexico, 11 but in 1848, as a result of the US intervention in Mexico, Los Angeles and the rest of Alta California became part of the United States.
In 1909 Pepe Biondi was born. José “Pepe” Biondi, was an Argentine humorist, acrobat and variety artist who worked in the circus, in theater, film and television. He was one of the greatest Argentine comedians.
In 1921 Ariel Ramírez was born. He was a musician, composer and pianist, considered one of the most outstanding figures of Argentine nativism who was born in Santa Fe. He was a diffuser of traditional culture through an extensive discography and his performances at the head of his folklore company from 1955 to 1980. Author of numerous highly popular Creole songs and the Creole Mass, one of the most important works of Argentine music. He was elected president of SADAIC (Argentine Society of Authors and Composers of Music), in five terms.
In 1933 Chico Novarro was born. Bernardo Mitnik, better known by his stage name Chico Novarro, is an Argentine singer-songwriter. His initial fame was in the field of pop music, when he joined the cast of the Clan Club, later developing a successful career as a solo singer and songwriter.
In 1998 they founded Google. Larry Page and Sergey Brin began as a college project in January 1996 when they were both graduate students in computer science at Stanford University. The original name of the search engine was BackRub, in 1997 the founders decided to change the name to Google inspired by the mathematical term “gogol” which refers to the number 10 raised to the power of 100, in reference to its objective of organizing the enormous amount of information on the Web. Page and Brin founded the company Google Inc. on September 4, 1998, which launched its search engine on the Internet on the following September 27 (considered the anniversary date). This search engine surpassed the other most popular of the time, AltaVista, which had been created in 1995. Google’s main product is the Internet content search engine of the same name, although it also offers other products and services.
In 2006 Fernando Siro died. Francisco Ángel Luksich, better known as Fernando Siro, was an Argentine actor, screenwriter and film director. On March 24, 2001, together with his wife, the actress Elena Cruz, they accompanied a demonstration of vindication of the dictatorship, along with some thirty people in front of the home of former dictator Jorge Rafael Videla, in Buenos Aires, on the 25th anniversary of the Coup d’etat of 1976. After a repudiation, they were expelled from the Argentine Association of Actors (AAA), on April 5 of the same year.
In 2011 León Rozitchner died. Argentine philosopher, writer, teacher and intellectual. He taught at the University of Buenos Aires and was a teacher at the Free School of Rosario. He is widely recognized for his commitment to the social and cultural context, and he spoke mainly in the philosophical and psychoanalytic field.
In 2014 Gustavo Cerati died. Argentine musician, singer-songwriter, actor, and record producer who gained international recognition for being the leader of the rock band Soda Stereo. He is considered by the press, singers and critics as one of the most influential musicians in Latin American rock.
In 2016 Mother Teresa of Calcutta was canonized. She was a Catholic nun of Albanian origin, 5 6 naturalized Indian, who founded the Missionaries of Charity congregation in Calcutta in 1950. For more than 45 years she cared for the poor, sick, orphans and dying, at the same time that she guided the expansion of his congregation, at first in India and then in other countries of the world. After her death, she was beatified by Pope John Paul II. She was canonized by Pope Francis in December 2015, after the Congregation for the Causes of Saints recognized the healing of a terminally ill Brazilian as extraordinary. The official act was in Rome on the morning of Sunday, September 4, 2016.