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    Harry T. Moore weren’t so lucky. Moore was a school teacher in Mims, Florida and was often described as a shy man. His work in politics propelled her into the presidency of the NAACP. He campaigned for the prosecution of a sheriff who had shot two black boys, killing one. Shortly after he retired with his wife on Christmas Eve that year, a bomb destroyed their bedroom. He died immediately and a few days later his wife died. What is the difference that makes us leave people out? Why are some…

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    The meaning of the Civil Rights Movement was to establish equality for African Americans, and Blacks in the United States. Martin Luther King Jr and Malcolm X were two African American leaders of the Civil Rights Movement. They both instilled respect, pride, and religion into black community. Their leadership was to promise African Americans and Blacks through the 13th, 14th, and 15th amendments equality and justice. In addition to their leadership, Dr. King and Malcolm X were involved in…

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    figures emerged from the Black Power Movement who promoted the following three tenets: self-defense, self-determination and self-respect. Martin Luther King Jr. accelerated the Black Power movement through self-determination and self-respect, but decelerated the process in terms of self-defense because of his nonviolent perspective. Malcom X on the other hand accelerated all three tenets through Black Nationalism. More particularly Malcom X encouraged individualism, separatism through any means…

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    the race pride and black nationality in the 1950s and '60s. Malcolm X was born on May 19, 1925, In Omaha, Nebraska. He was a black leader that worked for a spokesman for the black of the Nation during the 1950s and '60s. He has join the nation of Islam when he was in prison. Malcolm X used to encourage black people to fight for the freedom from the racism "by any means necessary," overall, in the beginning, violence. He advocated and lead the civil rights movements for blacks soon before that…

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    Although they got laws passed, acts created and amendments ratified, some of them did not help them exactly they wanted. The Southern Homestead Act of 1866 was an attempted that worked, but also hurt their efforts. This act made land available to blacks, however, it gave them bad land that they could not even get to. The Freedmen’s Bureau also got congress to promise them 40…

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    politics advocating for black separatism. His philosophy essentially was that “If the whites don’t want us then we don 't want them¨ but it was not rigidness thinking because he believe that black people should be physically separated from other races, primarily whites ,as time went by most particularly after he visited Mecca and saw all people of colors were…

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    “Oppression is the experience of repeated, widespread, systemic injustice”(Deutsch np). Oppression exists in two main forms: institutionalized practice and the formation of stereotypes. Institutionalized oppression is based on laws and traditions that discriminated certain groups, preventing success and personal advancement. Stereotype oppression is based on personal attitudes and opinions of groups, which develop from falsely acquired information (Nixon np). Oppressed populations are prevalent…

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    Racial Tolerance

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    separation of blacks and whites and integrating them into one American community, such as the movement headed by Martin Luther King Jr . The second movement…

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    hatred towards the whites he responded by saying that the Black Muslim movement is “the hate that hate produced” (Lincoln xxi). This means that the movement was created because of the hatred the whites showed the African Americans for many years and now it was the their turn to stand up for their rights and takedown anyone that came in their way. Elijah Muhammad’s most popular protege was Malcolm X. Even though Malcolm was mixed with white and black, he still faced many racial problems. He grew…

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    Ending During the segregation era in South Africa known as Apartheid the black people in that area were subject to discrimination from white people who came into their land and exploited them. Black people in the United States face similar oppression from the government, authority figures such as police, and when they are trying to find work to support themselves.There are even groups dedicated to discriminating black people that have people i power such as police officers, judges, and other…

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