Tag: Civil Rights

The Nonviolent Movement Helped & Hurt Blacks – Part 2

| August 28, 2014 | 0 Comments
The Nonviolent Movement Helped & Hurt Blacks – Part 2

Nonviolence overlaid itself onto the black race and didn’t allow us any nuance that other racial movements had. I’m not advocating shooting people dead to get a point across, but a show of legally owned firearms could send a message that you aren’t to be messed with. (It worked for white people defending that racist Cliven Bundy in Nevada.

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The Nonviolent Movement Helped & Hurt Blacks – Part 1

| August 27, 2014 | 0 Comments
The Nonviolent Movement Helped & Hurt Blacks – Part 1

I have problems with the nonviolent movement that lead to the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The movement led to some changes in law, but it seems like black people as a race became either tired after arriving, less vigilant, or – and this is a hated black people descriptor – lazy.

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