Mindset of the Movement: An Attitude of Change
Renowned historian and civil rights activist Timuel Black has dedicated his more than 100-year life to advancing social justice. Black reflects on his work with civil rights leaders including Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and A. Philip Randolph, and his time organizing the Chicago chapter of the Negro American Labor Council to participate in the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. A front-row witness to history, Black suggests that the civil rights struggle is advanced not solely by physical sacrifice, but also by an “attitude” to create change.
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