Later_black_freedom_movement_ - Later Black freedom Movement pg 1-Later Black Freedom Movement In the 1960s to 70\u2019s Racial oppression were falling

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Later Black freedom Movement pg # 1 ------------Later Black Freedom Movement In the 1960s to 70’s. Racial oppression were falling. Civil rights and voting rights act had the effect of eliminating segregation through the U.S. Voting rights act was in place, discrimination was gone. Black Americans were recognized as full american citizens. While these gains came, living conditions had not changed of black american. By mid 1960’s black community was coming frustrating. -----------Freedom Movement Shift North The surface of institutional racism had changed. The systemic institutionalized was strong and suffered from white attitudes, living below the poverty line. Many black americans became impatient. King told them to let them get beat up so people have sympathy. They got minimal changes. Got no changes. ----------Black Uprisings 1965-67 That we see a number of riots break out in northern america. Have similar plot lines. The first major that got national attention was Watt riots in LA, detroit, chicago, etc. Black americans getting inspiration from the south, movement. There issues were different from Jim Crow movement, harder to see. --------king and Lester Martin Luther King began taking his nonviolent civil disobedience tactics to the north, places like chicago in 1966 in New york, when he came to chicago in 1956 the focal points of the movement was to end slums inchacago and improve neighborhoods, get rid of racial segregation. Proved in the end, effecting in combating problems in the north. Dayley responded to the campaign and improved city service for black community. Julies Lester, a young black writer, what he said captures the thinking of black americans, “ too much love, nothing kills like too much love”. ----------------Malcolm X In this atmosphere the Malcolm X attracted people. Malcom in the 1960s was the nation's leading black nationalist. Most outspoken of this movement. Leader of the nation of islam. A figure for young people. When he was young he was a pimp and went to jail and there he educated himself with a dictionery and he converted there to an islam. When he got out, he was well armed and a very powerful speaker. By the early 1960’s attracting attention. He called Martin Luther King a sellout and an Uncle Tom. he attacked king because the integration was an illusory solution to black problems in america. King was leading the black community in a path of disappointment and few results. Malcolm advocated black unity and pride. You'll get your freedom by doing whatever it takes-Malcolm. When you stay radical and be like you is when you get your freedom. Seen as a threat and borderline treasonous. Malcom X would have an influence of white structure and help to motivate northern movement. ----------------Stokely Carmichael and Black Power Movement in the 1960’s when Malcolm X was assassinated in 1965 his ideas of black pride and self determination did not die. His ideas to the black freedom movement would be picked up by other men. Black freedom movement. In 1966, Stokey Carmichael began to advocate black power and their own communities.
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