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National Constitution Center: NCC Staff- How Dr. Martin L. King Cited The Constitution in His Mountaintop Speech
Source: This piece was originally posted at The New Democrat Dr. King used the Constitution to make his case for the civil rights movement all the time and did it in a very intelligent and accurate way. Saying that African-Americans had … Continue reading
This post was originally posted at The New Democrat Plus If it wasn’t for what Malcolm X fought for, for the African-American community as far as freedom and independence and trying to empower that entire community and free them from … Continue reading
. This post was originally posted at The New Democrat on WordPress Malcolm X made perhaps the most honest and truthful statement he ever made in life in this interview late in the interview. When he said in response to … Continue reading
This post was originally posted at The New Democrat on Blogger Just to start out and to give you an idea of where I’m coming from. This is one of the most depressing speeches in American history. Especially coming from … Continue reading
Source: This piece was originally posted at FRS Daily Press on WordPress: Canal de Anblog: Bob Dylan and Joan Baez 1963 March on Washington The people at the March on Washington certainly weren’t dreaming and were at the start of … Continue reading
. This post was originally posted at FRS Daily Press on WordPress Malcolm X explaining perfectly why African-Americans and I would add any race of people in America shouldn’t be tied down to any political party in America. Because once … Continue reading
. This post was originally posted at FRS Daily Press on WordPress Malcolm X was correct in the sense that the racial discrimination that African-Americans faced from the time the African slaves were freed in the 1860s, until the 1960s … Continue reading
Malcolm X speaking in favor of his people so to speak his race. Rather than putting down others. Whose also speaking in favor of peace, love and justice.
“The “This Week” roundtable discusses the March on Washington’s 50th anniversary.” From ABC News The March on Washington is the most important part of the American civil rights movement
Source: Angelo Shabazz: Minister Malcolm X- ‘March on Washington Was Deceptive, 1963 In this speech, you can definitely see the difference in methods and strategy between Malcolm X and Dr. King. Dr. King understood that for African-Americans to get their … Continue reading