Two Societies (1965 – 68)

One of the most daunting aspects of the Civil Rights Movement for many African-Americans is that it was largely concentrated in the South and did not address the issues that impacted the lives of Black Americans residing in this nation’s urban centers. The following video displays the extreme difficulties that the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and his staff had with dealing with non-Southern regions in their pursuit of improving Black life. Put simply, King, and his aides, failed in a contentious battle against Chicago’s venerable Mayor Richard Daley.

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  1. This was a very interesting tactic, I use the word tactic because of how aggressive it is, pure action. But truly almost everyone is racists but at the same time it would be stupid and somewhat irrational not to point it out. It is in reality an animal instinct.

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