What was the difference between the Civil Rights Movement and the urban Black Panthers Civil Rights Revolution?
In American history, the Civil Rights Movement was a long series of events in the freeing of Black Slaves and the equalization of rights and privileges among race and religion in the country. Identified mainly with the plight of Black slaves, the Civil Rights Movement spread to cover almost all of the prejudicial attitudes towards minorities and women, although the latter had its own defined movement in Suffrage and Feminism.
As defined by the work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Civil Rights in America became a massive part of the 1960s and 1970s . Despite the concessions given by government, public...
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