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1960s Mlk and Jfk

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1960s Mlk and Jfk

MLK: Malcolm X and Stokely Carmichael are two Civil Rights activists

That will resort is some type of violence if they don't get their way.

) JFK: Then we need to try and give them what they want without making

Other people mad.

MLK: Yeah I mean Malcolm X is an extremely violent person.

Especially when the KKK killed his Father, that's when it all pretty much began

With his retaliation. And then when his mother was put into a Mental Hospital.

MLK: Stokely Carmichael on the other hand just wants to make the

World a better place for everyone. His way about doing that tends to be just a

little too violent.

JFK: Well I hear some people are saying that Stokely Carmichael started

a new saying that has caused some problems?

( MLK: Really? What's the saying?

JFK: I believe I was told it was "Black Power."

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