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Black Power
By: Andrew Ashton
Black Power’s Antecedents
• Malcolm X
• Learned Islam in prison
• Conversion of Cassius Clay
• Loudest Voice of Civil Righ...
Proclaiming Black Power
• James Meredith
• Stokely Carmichael
• Black Panthers
• Muhammad Ali
A Dissident Youth Culture
• Population of African
Americans in white
colleges begins to
grow
• Campus Activism
• The growt...
Black Artistic Power
• Black Arts Movement
• Black is beautiful
• Blaxploitation Movies
Black Feminism
• The Moynihan Report
• The Voice of the Black Women
• In Search of our Mother’s Gardens:
Womanist Prose
• ...
Black Feminism Cont.
• NBFO
• TWAA
Social and Political Realities
• Unemployment Rate
• Violence and Riots
• Martin Luther King
assassination
The 1968 Olympics
Importance and Legacy
• Using education to it’s fullest
• Black Women Leaders in Feminism
• Finally doing something about ...
References
• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uqhv1g0sIpY
• http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2012/08/06/Court-
Rules-...
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  1. 1. Black Power By: Andrew Ashton
  2. 2. Black Power’s Antecedents • Malcolm X • Learned Islam in prison • Conversion of Cassius Clay • Loudest Voice of Civil Rights Movement • Non-believer in non violent resistance • “Message to the Grassroots” • OAAU • Assassination • Bandung 1955 • Nonviolent self-defense groups in the south
  3. 3. Proclaiming Black Power • James Meredith • Stokely Carmichael • Black Panthers • Muhammad Ali
  4. 4. A Dissident Youth Culture • Population of African Americans in white colleges begins to grow • Campus Activism • The growth of the Afro
  5. 5. Black Artistic Power • Black Arts Movement • Black is beautiful • Blaxploitation Movies
  6. 6. Black Feminism • The Moynihan Report • The Voice of the Black Women • In Search of our Mother’s Gardens: Womanist Prose • NCNW • WICS
  7. 7. Black Feminism Cont. • NBFO • TWAA
  8. 8. Social and Political Realities • Unemployment Rate • Violence and Riots • Martin Luther King assassination
  9. 9. The 1968 Olympics
  10. 10. Importance and Legacy • Using education to it’s fullest • Black Women Leaders in Feminism • Finally doing something about it • Showed the artistic side of African Americans • Showed the African American community is strong, and will always stick to their beliefs
  11. 11. References • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uqhv1g0sIpY • http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2012/08/06/Court- Rules-DOJ-Politicized-Black-Panther-Case-Awards-JW-Court-Fees • http://www.businessinsider.com/nba-draft-lucas-nogueira-afro- pictures-2013-6 • http://www.drmasonsclasses.com/blackwomenwriters/archives/159 4 • http://www.flickriver.com/photos/japaneseforms/281359705/ • http://care2playsports.com/?p=256 • http://saleemimd.wordpress.com/2011/06/23/muhammed-ali-with- malcolm-x/ • http://chasepublic.com/?attachment_id=888 • http://globalsolutions.org/blog/2012/07/olympics-series-week-3- saluting-equality-1968-games

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