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This same pattern of rejecting indigenous leadership showed its head in the
1995 Million Man March when many traditional religious and political leaders
rejected the leadership of Minister Louis Farrakhan because he wasn't approved
by the ...
In a similar vein, Maya Angelou, Rosa Parks, Betty Shabazz all stood together in
solidarity with Ben Chavis, Jesse Jackson and Louis Farrakhan in recognition
that even being called a "man's" march required them to unite regardless ...
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It gives amazing insight into contemporary African American social behavior. It explains about underlying causes and origins of black on black crime, the problem of black color bias etc. You learn about slavery negative on African Americans and how it's lasting scars affect how blacks interact among themselves and react to the world around. them.Must reading should be on everyone's bookshelves next to Black history texts.