Demands of the Grenada Movement
Introduction & Background

Like all living things, social movements grow and evolve. When the Meredith Mississpippi March touches off the Grenada Movement on June 15, 1966, it is initially focused just on voting rights. But as the Black community begins to come together and shake off generations of fear, long-endured grievances and indignities can no longer be accepted as unchangeable realities.

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