At a mass rally, Carmichael uttered the simple statement: " What we need is black power. " Crowds chanted the phrase as a slogan, and a movement began to flower.
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Lesson Making Change: Revolutionary Tactics of the Civil Rights In this lesson, Learn some of the history of the Black Power movement in the United
High School Lesson Plan created for Voices of Democracy by Michael J. Steudeman, Black Power means changing and working outside of dominant institutions.
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This lesson will place the Black Power Movement in context and detail some of its basic features. The most important organizations will be detailed
At the 1968 Olympics in Mexico City, two US athletes gave the Black Power Salute. Today it is remembered as an iconic moment in the Civil Rights movement. In 1968
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