Perbezaan antara semakan "Black Power"

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==Kesan==
 
Fahaman ''Black Power'' ini berjaya melahirkan beberapa iinisiatif yang rencam dalam masyarakat kulit hitam; daripada golongan peniaga yang meminta orang kulit hitam untuk berjual beli dengan orang mereka sendiri kepada pihak revolusionari yang ingin menghapuskan sistem kapitalisme. Tidak dapat dinafikan bahawa ''Black Power'' mempunyai pengaruh yang besar dalam masyarakat kulit hitam. Misalnya dengan penubuhan badan-badan bantu diri yang tidak lagi bergantung kepada bantuan orang kulit putih. Gerakan ini juga berjaya memaksa kolej dan universiti di Amerika untuk menawarkan program pengajian orang kulit hitam, menggalak pengundi kulit hitam untuk mengundi calon mereka sendiri serta menaikkan rasa bangga terhadap diri masing-masing.
Although the concept remained imprecise and contested and the people who used the slogan ranged from business people who used it to push [[black capitalism]] to revolutionaries who sought an end to capitalism, the idea of Black Power exerted a significant influence. It helped organize scores of community self-help groups and institutions that did not depend on Whites. It was used to force [[black studies]] programs at colleges, to mobilize black voters to elect black candidates, and to encourage greater racial pride and self-esteem.{{Citation needed|date=December 2008}}
 
Salah satu aksi tunjuk perasaan ''Black Power'' yang terkenal berlaku sewaktu [[Olimpik Musim Panas 1968]] di Mexico City dalam sebuah upacara penyampaian pingat. Pemenang pingat emas untuk acara lari 200 meter, [[Tommie Smith]] dan pemenang pingat gangsa, [[John Carlos]] telah memakai lencana [[Olympic Project for Human Rights]] (OPHR) dan mengangkat tangan mereka yang digenggam (tabik ''Black Power'') semasa [[lagu kebangsaan]] Amerika Syarikat dimainkan. [[Peter Norman]], seorang atlet kulit putih dari [[Australia]] yang memenangi pingat perak dalam acara yang sama juga menyertai aksi tunjuk perasaan ini dengan memakai lencana OPHR pada jaketnya.
 
By breaking into a field typically reserved for white Americans, artists of the Black Power era expanded opportunities for current African Americans. "Today's writers and performers," writes William L. Van Deburg, "recognize that they owe a great deal to Black Power's explosion of cultural orthodoxy."<ref>Van DeBurg, ''New Day in Babylon'' (1992), p. 308.</ref>
 
===Kontroversi===
[[Bayard Rustin]], an elder statesman of the Civil Rights Movement, was a harsh critic of Black Power in its earliest days. Writing in 1966, shortly after the March Against Fear, Rustin said that Black Power "not only lacks any real value for the civil rights movement, but [...] its propagation is positively harmful. It diverts the movement from a meaningful debate over strategy and tactics, it isolates the Negro community, and it encourages the growth of anti-Negro forces." He particularly criticized the [[Congress of Racial Equality]] (CORE) and SNCC for their turn toward Black Power, arguing that these two organizations once "awakened the country, but now they emerge isolated and demoralized, shouting a slogan that may afford a momentary satisfaction but that is calculated to destroy them and their movement."<ref>{{cite web |title="Black Power" and Coalition Politics |url=http://www.pbs.org/pov/pov2002/brotheroutsider/power.html |last=Rustin |first=Bayard |publisher=[[Public Broadcasting Service|PBS]] |work=Commentary |year=1965 |authorlink=Bayard Rustin}}</ref>
 
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