Priests and Prophets Negro Ministers and Civil Rights (An Investigation of a Cleveland Sample)
Master of Arts (MA)
J. Milton Yinger
Nego, Ministers, Civil, Rights, Cleveland (OH), Racial, Conflict
In the summer of 1966 the racial conflict in the U.S.A. saw a new polarization. The most militant groups in the "Negro Revolt" joined in a call for "Black Power", a call that emerged on the Mississippi march in July; for them; "Black power" has succeeded the former slogan of "Freedom Now". The concept of Black Power is not, however, a completely new phenomenon. "It has grown out of the ferment of agitation and activity by different people and organizations in many black communities over the years."
Framhein-Peisert, Gerhild, "Priests and Prophets Negro Ministers and Civil Rights (An Investigation of a Cleveland Sample)" (1966). Honors Papers. 766.