Civil Rights

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American History

 

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Phillip G

 

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September 15, 2015

 

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University

 

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A

 

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Both men aimed for the same goal and yet they used opposite approaches in gaining their goal of justice and freedom for their race. Martin Luther King Jr. was raised in a family were he learned the importance of peace and religion. He believed African-Americans would have to obtain their rights without the use of violence...
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In contrast, Malcolm X was brought up in a society where hate and violence towards African-Americans would destroy his family. Malcolm’s approach towards ending segregation was that violence was the only way. They were both powerful man who had different views on how to end segregation and obtain equal rights...
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