The Future of `Black Power': A Movement in Search of a Program

Kopkind, Andrew
January 1967
New Republic;1/7/67, Vol. 156 Issue 1, p16
Highlights the efforts of the Student Nonviolent Coordination Committee (SNCC) to promote human rights of African Americans in the U.S. as of January 1967. Success of SNCC in developing a new culture of being African Americans; Factors which deter the group from realizing their objectives; Outlook of African American activist and SNCC leader Stokely Carmichael towards white supremacy.


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