Du Bois) to earn a doctorate. Convinced that the role of African American history and the history of other cultures was being ignored or misrepresented among scholars, Woodson saw a need for research into the neglected past of African Americans. Along with Alexander L. Jackson Woodson published The Education of the Negro Prior to 1861 in 1915. It later
It’s important to remember our history as American women. The Women’s Reform Movement was crucial in the U.S. because it was a precursor to women being able to vote. Some of the key leaders were Susan B Anthony, Anna Howard Shaw, Carrie Chapman Catt, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and Lucy Stone. They used various strategies such as lectures, pamphlets, lobbying for better education, women’s labor unions, speeches, and conventions. Speeches, particularly the one made by Susan B. Anthony, were influential in affecting the way people viewed the rights of women.
The whites thought that sooner or later if we let them vote that they’re going to take over. The Jim Crow Laws system stopped the blacks from voting. That caught the Civil Right leaders and that brought attention to Mississippi. That made it acceptable for that 7% of black people to vote. In Document B which was a “Freedom Summer Pamphlet.” The students that wrote it wanted social tangible changes.
Whites’ challenges were: economic threats, gerrymandering and requiring a literacy test pass for voters (illiteracy was a big problem for blacks at that time). Also the internal problem was differing views between Baker and other leaders about leadership. While Baker tried to develop local leadership, the ministers held a view that we need a strong, charismatic leadership. But the SCLC was doing its best to achieve a cooperation with the NAACP. The SCLC was publicly and privately complementing the accomplishments, goals, and importance of the NAACP in the civil rights activism.
8-Steptima Poinsette Clark-Born on May 3rd,1898 in Charleston,South Carolina,Steptima is another african american woman who helped African american get the rights to vote. Her father had been born a slave. Both of her parent heavely encouraged her to get a good eduation. After attending public shool,she attended Avery Normal Institude,a private school for african americans. She tried to be a teacher,but since Charleston did not hire african americans to teach it`s public schools,so instead she became a teacher at South Carolina`s Johns Island in 1916.
Booker T. Washington actively promoted economic collaboration of blacks and whites. He also encouraged them to pursue studies in higher education and entrepreneurship. In his famous speech known as the Atlanta Compromise Washington asked blacks to not retaliate with violence against the Jim Crow Laws, Discrimination, or other types of racist behavior. He requested that blacks pursue higher studies. This was met with fierce criticism from DuBois and in response DuBois founded the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People to challenge Washington’s views and gain national momentum for his stance.
Since 1909 The NAACP is a non profit organization that deal with minorities in hate crimes, help with financial aid for college and racial profiling that aid people who fall into this group. Donating money to the NAACP would be donating to the people who have been discriminated against and can 't do anything because of their financial background, for the people who have bad health programs because of their financial situation. Would you discriminate against someone because they don 't look the same as you? In 1954 african americans were just beginning to be able to go into schools that were in suburbs primarily for whites. The case Brown vs. Board is an example of the NAACP aiding minorities when they were being discriminated against.
The origins of her resentment of social ideas on race and sex came from her early youth Alabama, in the 1940s and 50s a suffering time for blacks in southern lifestyles. However, this gave her a passion for social reform. Her social reforms ranged that there should be equal rights for gender, sex, African-American studies, social consciousness, and other philosophies. Davis later moved North and went to Brandeis University in Massachusetts while studying philosophy with Herbert Marcuse. Subsequently, as a graduated student at the University of California, San Diego, she adjoined various classifications, including the Black Panthers.
Education is Power The Civil Rights Movement took place during the mid-1950s and late 1960s where African Americans protested against the injustice of not receiving the same civil liberties as white Americans. Activists who took part in the Civil Rights Movement, used a non-violent approach to protesting such as the Montgomery Bus Boycott, the Greensboro sit-ins, and the march from Selma to Montgomery in order to bring about equality. African Americans began to receive equality as shown by the implementation of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Voting Rights Act of 1965, and the Fair Housing Act of 1968. In Malcolm X’s, “Learning to Read”, he encourages his audience to learn from his mistakes through stories of his background that reflect his beliefs that under-educated people need to become aware of the less than positive history of the oppression of African Americans if they plan on attaining their freedom. Malcolm X is more adversarial towards the white community through his vivid descriptions of the brutal history of oppression black Americans face, in order to empower his audience to follow
In the early sixties Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) an organization founded in April 1960’ by Ella Baker to achieve social civil rights for blacks. In 1961, another organization launched the Freedom Rides known as Congress of Racial Equality (CORE). To test compliance some of the Freedom Riders took a bus trip to Deep South and get some violent response. The first African-American student James Meredith was entered in one of the University of Mississippi. To protect him federal marshals were sent.