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  1. ... Douglas was not only a civil rights leader , he was arguably the most prominent black civil .... So, for example, in the civil rights movement of our century, thousands...

    4 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 24/11/2008

  2. You've got a good question here. Civil rights leaders like Malcolm X and Martin Luther King...

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  3. ...2, 1925 – June 12, 1963) was an African American civil rights activist from Decatur, Mississippi who was murdered...

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  4. ... Forces." 82% of Republicans voted for the Civil Rights Act of 1964 versus only 64% of Democrats. Furthermore, a...

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  5. Well, that would depend on the civil rights leaders . I am a white man who is a civil rights advocate, as...

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  6. ...39;s commitment to non-violence in civil disobedience was profoundly influential on the civil rights movement. Dr. King adopted and believed strongly in this...

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  7. ... culture, many Black people would rather see religious leaders as leaders of the movement for civil rights rather than say a businessman or politician.

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  8. .... He demonstrated his commitment to civil rights during a 1961 speech at the University of Georgia Law ...

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  9. ..., Dr King's strategist and negotiator during the Civil Rights Campaigns) Stokely Carmichael (CR leader and leader of the Student Nonviolent ...

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  10. ... Jr was a great leader . His non-violent ways even...previously did not care much about civil reform. Don't forget all the...who came out in support of civil rights .

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