The Black Power Movement In The 1960s-1970s

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“When you come to a point where you have no need to impress anybody, you 're freedom will begin”, by Spirit Science. Freedom is a lovely word because when people hear it the first thing that pops in their mind is equality. When everyone in this world has a freedom to do something it means that they can do anything without anyone having a problem with them. Not just now but there have been lots of times in the past where people asked for their freedom or protested for their freedom even if they know it is not going to work. For example, in the 1960s and 1970s there have been lots of unfairness games playing against the blacks called the Black Power Movement. The Black Power Movement happened during the 1960s and the 1970s in the United States of America. The blacks were affected the most because of their race but both the blacks and the whites were involved in this event. This movement proved to the whites that blacks are as equal as them and should get the same freedom. The Black Power Movement of the 1960s-70s, goals centered around protecting African-Americans from the racist white society. First of all, all of the blacks were affected in the Black Power Movement but both whites and blacks were involved. The blacks were getting treated bad by the whites. The blacks were affected because they didn’t even have equal freedom as the whites and the whites didn’t do anything about it. The leader of the Black Power Movement was stokely Carmichael. They had a non-violence
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