Black Power. Malcolm X. From the mid 1960s the Civil Rights movement took a new directions Protests took place in the north Protest changed from non-violent to violent Blacks wanted Black Power and they were prepared to use violence A new leader emerged called Malcolm X.
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The goal of Dr King is to give Negroes a chance to sit-in segregated restaurants beside the same white folks who have persecuted, beaten and lynched black people for years. Dr King seems to want black people to forgive the people who have beaten, bought, sold and lynched our people for four hundred years.
We don’t go for desegregation. We go for separation. Separation is when you have your own. You control your own economy, you control your own politics, you control your own society.
Did not agree with the aims and methods of Martin Luther King...
I don’t go along with any kind of non-violence unless everybody’s going to be non-violent. If they make the Ku Klux Klan non-violent I’ll be non-violent. You get freedom by letting your enemy know that you’ll do anything to get your freedom... It’s the only way to get it... Fight them, and you’ll get your freedom.
What was the Nation of Islam?
In a few weeks in Africa I saw what I had never seen in thirty-nine years here in America. I saw all races, all colours, blue-eyed blondes to black-skinned Africans in true brotherhood... In the past yes, I have made sweeping indictments (criticisms) of all white people. I never will be guilty of that again as I now know that some whites are truly sincere and are capable of being brotherly towards a black man.