Morgan Reynolds Incorporated, 2011/04/28 - 128 ページ
By 1966, many black Americans were frustrated by the lack of progress of the nonviolent civil rights movement and moved to follow a new movement, leader Stokely Carmichael's call for Black Power. Sometimes militant in nature, the movement inspired black Americans to embrace their color and their heritage. It also caused some unforeseen consequences such as race riots and white flight. The Black Power movement is still considered a controversial movement by many today, but it was a movement that changed the way Black Americans viewed themselves and were viewed by others.