Black Panthers And Black Power Movement

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The influence of Black Panthers and Black Power movement The progress made by African Americans in the 1950s and early 1960s at achieving their civil rights was compromised by violence. Many white people believed that the Black Panthers and Black Power was synonymous with violence and racism. The epitome of the Black Power Movement was the Black Panther Party. The Black Power movement emerged at a time when the modern civil rights movement was in its final stage as a viable movement for social, political, and economic change. The Black Power Movement of the 1960s and 1970s was a political and social movement whose advocates believed in racial pride, self-sufficiency, and equality for all people of Black and African descent. “Credited with
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