Civil Rights Figures
By Jack Wells and Fritzy Swearingen
#2- Malcolm X: Malcolm X was a Black Muslim, who would use violence to try to overturn the system. He fought for black power, and, at first, did not agree with King's nonviolent ways. After a trip to Saudi Arabia, he came back and started to support King.
#3- Stokely Carmichael: leader of the SNCC, where he ended it's old view of using nonviolence. He started black power, and did not believe in integration, but instead in full power for blacks.
Martin Luther King, Jr.
-nonviolence -public speaker, led marches -SCLC -assassinated by white man
-violence -public speaker, led marches -Black Muslim -Assassinated by black Muslims
-violence -public speaker, led marches -SNCC -not assassinated