Tag Archives: Civil Rights Movement

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

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Malcolm X: Video: Malcolm X: “We’re Going to Have to go to War Against the Racists.”

– YouTube. Erik Schneider on Google+ The New Democrat on Facebook The New Democrat on Twitter This post was originally posted at The New Democrat on Blogger This could easily be interpreted as saying that the supporters of equal rights … Continue reading

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Canal de Anblog: Bob Dylan and Joan Baez 1963 March on Washington 

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

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Angelo Shabazz X: Minister Malcolm X- ‘March on Washington Was Deceptive’, 1963

  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

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Malcolm X Network: Malcolm X- By Any Means Necessary: A Look at African-American Nationalism 

Source: This piece was originally posted at FRS Daily Press on WordPress: Malcolm X Network: Malcolm X- By Any Means Necessary: A Look at African-American Nationalism This to me is what the whole message of what ‘Black-Power ‘is about. That … Continue reading

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Malcolm X Network: Malcolm X- Our History Was Destroyed by Slavery

Source: This piece was originally posted at FRS Daily Press on WordPress: Malcolm X Network: Malcolm X- Our History Was Destroyed by Slavery Malcolm X’s message was about empowering African-Americans who were simply being held down in America because of … Continue reading

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The Black University: Malcolm X interview at UC Berkeley, Oct. 11th, 1963

  Source: This piece was originally posted at FRS Daily Press Part of Malcolm X’s message was about the right to self-defense. Which is in the U.S. Constitution, that Americans have. Which means that if you are under attacked, you … Continue reading

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Neilam Iqbal: Malcolm X Project History

Source: This piece was originally posted at FRS Daily Press I don’t believe Malcolm X was a racist at least at the point when he died. And I don’t believe he was a segregationist, meaning that people of different races … Continue reading

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Floyd Webb: Malcolm X on The Chicago City Desk in 1963

Source: This piece was originally posted at FRS Daily Press This was an interesting interview, because a group of Chicago and national journalists, who were interviewing Malcolm X. Because Malcolm X a clear revolutionary leader for African-Americans. Calling for their … Continue reading

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President John Fitzgerald Kennedy: CBS Evening News- Walter Cronkite’s Interview of President Kennedy, September 2nd, 1963

This piece was originally posted at FRS Daily Press In September, 1963, CBS News anchor Walter Cronkite sat down with President Jack Kennedy and interviewed him up in Massachusetts. To talk about the issues he was dealing with. Jack Kennedy, … Continue reading

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