Civil Rights and Dignity Was Not Always Nonviolent Resistance

The Civil Rights Movement of the nonviolent philosophy was not the only strategy African Americans used to gain dignity in the United States. Many African Americans supported violent self defense.

Here are just a few historical newspaper articles on the subject of using violence as self defense to gain equal civil and economic rights.
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Civil Rights Violence 1963 Birmingham

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Civil Rights Violence 1968

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