Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee Analysis

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This paper will discuss, what was the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)? The Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee was an organization that was formed to give young blacks a platform to have their voice heard during the civil rights movement. The SNCC was an organization that was founded by black college students, which was started in Greensboro, North Carolina, by Ella Baker, in 1960. Ella Baker helped to form the SNCC because she thought the leaders of the Southern Christian Leaders Conference (SCLC) led by Dr. Martin Luther King, was out of touch with black youth. She also felt that there was a possible need for increased militancy and confrontation. Ella Baker was one of the most important women in the civil rights

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