Blacks' moving into the community was too big a blow to be accepted by whites. Many whites left the area stating that blacks brought down the property value, brought a rise in crime, and disrupted the education process (meaning we weren't as intelligent and difficult to educate). There was resistance towards blacks trying to assimilate within a white community; we were not considered worthy of the same benefits afforded to whites... displayed 300 characters
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There was resistance towards blacks trying to assimilate within a white community; we were not considered worthy of the same benefits afforded to whites. Many whites left the area taking with them school, community, and etc. funding. Political interest in the area became almost non-existent. Because of the growing number of blacks that are now in the area, local business left the area, no local government supported education funding, police no longer patrolled the area for crime maintenance which all led to a decline in the quality of living... displayed next 300 characters
Malcolm X's views were seen as ultimately leading to a separatist nation; which was less inspiring for the blacks. Although racism still exists in our country, King and his ideas built a strong basis for the future of racism...
Also the high
court passed a law that enabled black children to have the same education
opportunities as white children.
It was in December 1955 that Rosa Parks made a big step for civil rights by
doing a very small but courageous thing...
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