Malcolm X and the Radicalization of the Black Student Movement 1960–1973
3 Purges, Proscriptions, and New Directions: Black Student Protests and a Call for a Black University, 1966–1969
Purges, Proscriptions, and New Directions
Black Student Protests and a Call for a Black University, 1966–1969
Many so-called Black religious and political leaders start out with sincerity and a determination to help the Black race in its struggle for justice and equality but are trapped and processed into Uncle Toms by cunning white politicians and a conditioned yen for “silken living.” Of course there are Blacks who successfully resist the process, but they usually suffer stunted careers and are shunted to oblivion by the Master.1
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