Civil rights problems

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Running head: CIVIL RIGHTS PROBLEMSCivil Rights Problems Facing the Black Race in AmericaNameCourse NameCourse InstructorDate12CIVIL RIGHTS PROBLEMSIntroductionRacial discrimination began after slavery which was common after the World War II whenthose taken from Africa by the white colonisers did not go back to Africa but remained in thewhite lands. As years went by liberalisation occurred and slavery was banned giving the blacksfreedom and were therefore not owned by any white. Despite this freedom, they were stilldiscriminated which led to the rise of black leaders such as Martin Luther King and Malcolm Xwho acted as activists and spokesmen for the blacks (Collins and James, 1995).The main contrast between King and Malcolm is that they both believed that the blacksdiscrimination should stop and they should have social freedom. They believed that due to thisdiscrimination the blacks were greatly affected economically therefore giving them lessopportunity. A revolution had to occur in order for the blacks to be free and this would occurthrough protests. They believed in public protests where they would address the issue to theblacks without fear (Ayre

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