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It was a revolutionary organization with an ideology of Black nationalism, socialism, and armed self-defense, particularly against police brutality. It was part of the Black Power movement, which broke from the integrationist goals and nonviolent protest tactics of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference led by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The BPP name was inspired by the use of the black panther as a symbol that had recently been used by the Lowndes County Freedom Organization, an independent black political party in Alabama. Newton and Seale canvassed their community asking residents about issues of concern.
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Famous Black Americans of the 20th Century
Most black people believe the country should do more to achieve racial equality, while less than half of white people say enough has already been done. The study shows that 88 percent of black people think that the goal for racial equality requires more work, while about half 43 percent are skeptical that changes will actually come about. When compared to whites, 40 percent are hopeful that the country will continue to work towards giving black people equal rights as whites, while 38 percent believe that the country has already made the necessary changes. Around 51 percent of black people believe President Obama has made progress when it comes to race relations, while 28 percent of white people believe the same. Meanwhile, 34 percent of black people say he has tried but failed to make progress, compared to 24 percent of whites. But the most glaring difference is revealed in results that show 32 percent of white people, mostly Republican, who say Obama has made race relations worse, which stands in stark contrast to the nine percent of black people who feel the same. Most black and white Americans are aware of Black Lives Matter but have mixed views on their support and assessment of the movement.
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Black History Month
Black artists have shared exquisite portrayals of the struggles and triumphs of African Americans through their paintings, sculptures and other artwork. Sculptor Augusta Savage was one of the leading artists of the Harlem Renaissance as well as an influential activist and arts educator. The first professional African American and Native American sculptor, Edmonia Lewis earned critical praise for work that explored religious and classical themes. Jacob Lawrence was an American painter, and the most widely acclaimed African American artist of the 20th century.
Among prominent figures are Madam C. Walker, who was the first U. House of Representatives. Read on for more Black history facts. Woodson , a noted African American historian, scholar, educator and publisher.
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