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Stokley Charmichael by Aiden
Stokley Charmichael by Aiden
Stokley Charmichael by Aiden
Stokley Charmichael by Aiden
Stokley Charmichael by Aiden
Stokley Charmichael by Aiden
Stokley Charmichael by Aiden
Stokley Charmichael by Aiden
Stokley Charmichael by Aiden
Stokley Charmichael by Aiden
Stokley Charmichael by Aiden
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Stokley Charmichael by Aiden

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  • 1. Stokley Charmichael Black civil rights leader By: Aidan Mary
  • 2. 1942 Born in Spain.
  • 3. 1952 He graduated form Howard University. Moved to New York. (I guess people go to college when there very young back then)
  • 4. 1964 He participated in the congress of racial equivalency.
  • 5. 1966 He ejected more moderate leaders and set off a storm of anger by calling for "black power.
  • 6. 1969 Stokley Joined any marches for civil rights around.
  • 7. 1972 He moved to Conakry, Guinea. Changed his name to Kwame Ture.
  • 8. 1988 He died from cancer at age 57. He said publicly that " The cancer was given to me by forces of American imperialism. Nobody knows exactly what he meant to this day.
  • 9. Timeline 1942 1952 1964 Born in Joined congress Graduated Spain for racial from equivalency college 1972 Moved to New Guinea 1988 Died from cancer
  • 10. Why I think he is a hero Part of why we have civil rights today. Still participated in any marches no matter what.
  • 11. Resources/Bibliography factmonster.com biography.com A video on biography.com
  • 12. Thanks for watching 😃


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