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Background Stood for Contributions Importance (1-10)
(positive/negative)
Born of slave parents Advocate of women's rights Began 1884 when she 3
and vote of women refused to give up seat on
Public opposition to lynching bus to a white man Failed to gain any
commitment from Congress
Carried out speeches for…

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Son of freed black parents Viewed Booker T's views as Founded Niagara Movement 7
limited and dangerous for 1905 ­ wanted to campaign
PhD from Harvard ­ first future development of black to restore voting rights and Niagara outlined clear
African American to do so race. abolish all discrimination. principles…

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Born Malcolm Little Criticised non-violent Became a very powerful and 8
approach to civil rights. widely recognised speaker.
Father a Garvey supporter Ideas enormously influential,
and was murdered for Strong believer of Black Saw that focus on but did not have enough
beliefs Superiority. desegregation and voting time before assassination…

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Huey and Seale met at law Wanted to end white Ten-Point Programme 1
school capitalist control and police Damaged CRM ­ didn't want
brutality. equality, reinforced Disturbed and diverted
segregation through idea of attention from CRM
Ambiguous, diff things to black supremacy. highlighted issues but did it
diff people in…

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