The Basis of Black Power, SNCC position paper, Spring 1966.
Integration is completely irrelevant to us, Stokely Carmichael. The Movement, June 1966
Face the Nation Interview With Stokely Carmichael, June 19 1966
"Black Power", Statement by National Committee of Negro Churchmen. New York Times, July 31, 1966. Statement supporting Black Power published two weeks after the call for Black Power created a media frenzy.
What We Want, Stokely Carmichael. N.Y Review of Books. 1966.
Towards Black Liberation, Stokely Carmichael. Massachusetts Review, 1966.
Black Power and Coalition Politics, Bayard Rustin. Commentary, Sept. 1966.
Statement on Poverty, Black Power, and Political Power, Martin Luther King. 1966.
Black Power, Stokely Carmichael. 1966 (Speech, UC Berkeley)
The Singing is Over, Julius Lester, SNCC, The Angry Children of Malcolm X, November 1966
Watts Speech (Black Power), Stokely Carmichael, SNCC. November 26 1966
Power and Racism, Stokely Carmichael. Undated 1966? 1967?
Cooperation, Not Competition; Community, Not the Individual, SNCC, 1967. (Statement on education and the Black community.)
Anti-Semitism and Black Power, James Baldwin & Ossie Davis. Freedomways, 1st Quarter, 1967
Speech to Black Caucus of NCNP by James Forman. 1967.
Manifesto To the White Christian Churches and theJewish Synogogues In the United States of America and All Other Racist Institutions. James Forman, National Black Economic Development Conference. Adopted April 26, 1969, Detroit MI. Proclaimed May 2, 1969, Riverside Church, New York City.
See also Black Power Documents
See also Lowndes County Freedom Organization/Black Panther Party (Multiple articles)
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