discuss the significance of Brown v. Board of Education and how white supremacy challenged the Supreme Court’s ruling.

discuss the significance of Brown v. Board of Education and how white supremacy challenged the Supreme Court’s ruling.

In this paper, we will discuss:

  • The significance of Brown v. Board of Education and how white supremacy challenged the Supreme Court’s ruling.
  • The leaders, tactics and philosophy of the modern civil rights movement.
  • The role of Federal Government as ally, and opponent, to the movement.
  • The role of the youth and students within the movement.
  • The rise of Black Power and why African Americans became more angry during the 1960s.
  • Malcolm X and the ideology of the Nation of Islam and other separatist groups of the era.
  • African American protests to the Vietnam War and the role of the African American soldier in Vietnam.