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Tanks in Detroit (Item)

The actions taken to remove policemen and National Guardsmen from the inside of a precinct house. Black snipers fired at the policemen and Guardsmen and they fought back with machineguns and rifles. Large riots broke out.

…The actions taken to remove policemen and National Guardsmen from the inside of a precinct house. Black snipers fired at the policemen and Guardsmen and they fought back with machineguns and rifles. Large riots broke out.…


Miracle of the White Race (pamphlet) (Item)

This artifact goes in depth to describe why blacks are considered a plague in our society. Also, it describes why whiites are considered a dominant race.

…This artifact goes in depth to describe why blacks are considered a plague in our society. Also, it describes why whiites are considered a dominant race.…


Malcolm X Speeches (McNally, Group 2) (Item)

Deals with the growing belief that black people ought to be in control of their own political, cultural, and economic affairs.

…Deals with the growing belief that black people ought to be in control of their own political, cultural, and economic affairs.…


KKK brand (Item)

This artifact displays a picture of a brand that was placed on a black man. it also goes on to describe that he was abducted for several days and was treated harshly.

…This artifact displays a picture of a brand that was placed on a black man. it also goes on to describe that he was abducted for several days and was treated harshly.…


3 Police Convicted in Cicero Race Riots (Item)

The result of a riot that broke out because of a mob keeping a Black family from moving to a white suburb. Maximum punishments for the convicted policemen consisted of one year in jail and a 1,000 dollar fine for each account.

…The result of a riot that broke out because of a mob keeping a Black family from moving to a white suburb. Maximum punishments for the convicted policemen consisted of one year in jail and a 1,000 dollar fine for each account.…


Barbara Dane and the Chambers Brothers (Item)

They say that freedom is a constant struggle

They say that freedom is a constant struggle

They say that freedom is a constant struggle

Oh Lord, we've struggled so long

We must be free, we must be free

They say that freedom is a…

…to this song fully capture the tone of the Civil RIghts Era. The lyrics are sung in a painful and mellow tone, resembling the "Constant Struggle" that African Americans at the time, were experiencing. It had much meaning to the lives of many Black folk…


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