Black Power pioneers have a message for today’s movement for change

Posted on AllSides February 1st, 2023
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Like so many other turning points in Black history, it started with a police incident.

In the summer of 1966, America’s top civil rights leaders had descended on Mississippi for what became known as the Meredith March. They were making their way from Memphis, Tennessee to Jackson, Mississippi to carry on a solo voting rights march begun by James Meredith, the Black activist who had integrated the University of Mississippi three years earlier. Meredith had been shot by a White supremacist and hospitalized with severe bullet wounds.

When the march...

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