Perbezaan antara semakan "Black Power"

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==="Hitam itu cantik"===
"Hitam itu cantik" atau "''Black is Beautiful''" merupakan sebuah gerakan budaya yang ingin melenyapkan tanggapan bahawa raut muka orang kulit hitam dan warna kulitnya ialah sesuatu yang jijik.<ref>[http://www.bucks.edu/~docarmos/BCMnotes.html Some notes on the BLACK CULTURAL MOVEMENT] {{webarchive |url=https://web.archive.org/web/20071220045250/http://www.bucks.edu/~docarmos/BCMnotes.html |date=December 20, 2007 }}</ref> [[John Sweat Rock]] ialah orang pertama yang melahirkan ungkapan "''Black is Beautiful''" ini semasa zaman pengabdian orang kulit hitam di Amerika. Gerakan ini meminta supaya orang lelaki dan wanita kulit hitam menghentikan perbuatan meluruskan rambut mereka atau mencerahkan kulit mereka.<ref>[http://www.rastafarispeaks.com/cgi-bin/forum/config.pl?noframes;read=79921 Jamaica Says Black Is Beautiful]</ref> Hal ini berlaku kerana tanggapan salah di Amerika yang menganggap raut wajah orang kulit hitam itu kurang menarik berbanding paras rupa yang dimiliki seorang kulit putih. Gerakan ini juga berjaya menjadikan "Afro" sebagai stail rambut yang popular di kalangan masyarakat kulit hitam di sana.
The cultivation of pride in the African-American race was often summarized in the phrase "[[Black is Beautiful]]." The phrase is rooted in its historical context, yet the relationship to it has changed in contemporary times. "I don't think it's 'Black is beautiful' anymore. It's 'I am beautiful and I'm black.' It's not the symbolic thing, the [[afro]], power sign… That phase is over and it succeeded. My children feel better about themselves and they know that they're black," stated a respondent in Bob Blauner's longitudinal oral history of U.S. race relations in 1986.<ref>Van DeBurg, ''New Day in Babylon'' (1992), p. 307.</ref> The outward manifestations of an appreciation and celebration of blackness abound: black dolls, natural hair, black Santas, models and celebrities that were once rare and symbolic have become commonplace.
 
The "Black is beautiful" cultural movement aimed to dispel the notion that [[black people]]'s natural features such as skin color, facial features and hair are inherently ugly.<ref>[http://www.bucks.edu/~docarmos/BCMnotes.html Some notes on the BLACK CULTURAL MOVEMENT] {{webarchive |url=https://web.archive.org/web/20071220045250/http://www.bucks.edu/~docarmos/BCMnotes.html |date=December 20, 2007 }}</ref> [[John Sweat Rock]] was the first to coin the phrase "Black is Beautiful", in the [[slavery in the United States|slavery]] era. The movement asked that men and women stop [[hair straightening|straightening their hair]] and attempting to [[Skin whitening|lighten or bleach their skin]].<ref>[http://www.rastafarispeaks.com/cgi-bin/forum/config.pl?noframes;read=79921 Jamaica Says Black Is Beautiful]</ref> The prevailing idea in [[American culture]] was that black features are less attractive or desirable than white features. The movement is largely responsible for the popularity of the [[Afro]].
 
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