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Black aspirations exceeded white Americans’ commitment to genuine equality. Most whites supported overturning the crude and blatant forms of racism in the South, but when the civil rights movement attacked racial barriers long entrenched throughout the nation and sought equality in fact as well as in law, it faced a powerful backlash. By the end of the 1960s, the black freedom struggle had lost momentum and African Americans remained, with Native Americans and Latinos, at the bottom of the economic ladder. What role in the struggle against racism and discrimination would you have played during this time? Do you think that you would have been an active participant in the movement or would you have been a “silent” supporter in the background? As Martin Luther King, Jr. said, “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” Have you participated in any of the recent protests in Atlanta and/or around the country? Why or why not? Should EVERYONE be more vocal in criticizing the government or America’s leaders whenever there are acts of racism and discrimination? Is voting a good way to protest against the government or current administration’s policies? What are some other ways in which we can be more involved in improving our community?


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