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Why did the Struggle for Equality for Women and Ethnic Minorities, other than African Americans, become Increasingly Radical in the 1960's?

Women, Native Americans and Hispanic Americans are among the groups of minorities that became increasingly radical throughout the 1960’s as they began to seek greater equality and their methods evolved through time. 900 palabras más

Equality In The USA

\"The Price of The Ticket: Barack Obama & The Rise and Decline of Black Politics\" Discussion

Saturday October 29, 2012 at Columbia University’s Faculty House
Anthea Butler
Associate Professor of Religious Studies, University of Pennsylvania
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15th Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Festival: Amiri Baraka Tribute

On Oct. 26, 2014, the last day of the Dodge Poetry Festival in Newark, NJ, poets read in tribute to their late colleague Amiri Baraka (Leroi Jones) from his work. 34 palabras más

Black Power

The Journey of who I am

I feel for those who aren’t happy with whom they are.  I have been there. As a person who consistently seeks personal and professional development regularly, I can be seen by some as not liking who I am, which couldn’t be further from the truth. 1.037 palabras más

Dear Asian America

By Kathy Trieu

Dear Asian America,

Whether you like it or not, this conversation about race concerns you. In fact, your role in this discourse, whether passive or active is significant. 609 palabras más

St. Olaf College

Martin Luther King JR

The book I read to research this post was An Autobiography Of Martin Luther King JR edited by Clayborne Carson which is a very good book that I bought from kindle.   220 palabras más


Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. Leader Preacher Congressman

Brooklyn Flavors is a natural skincare line owned by entrepreneur, Sophia Sylvester.
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