Describe and assess the cultural, social, economic, and political strategies adopted by black Americans?

Posted on May 31st, 2011 by admin1 in political strategies

Describe and assess the cultural, social, economic, and political strategies adopted by black Americans in the face of these challenges. To what extent did these strategies represent accommodation or resistance to the prevailing system of racial oppression? I’m having trouble trying to get an idea. Could you help? Little or much help! Thanks so much!
Also I’m not looking for an ignorant like "angry" who just commented. Let’s be moral people.

History has proven that when we implement our own strategies, it is met with resistance from the white majority. An example would be the black panther party for self defense who only wanted to empower and defend the black community but was wiped out by the fbi. Accomodating a system of racial oppression is rewarded, while those who choose to fight the good fight are punished.
We are taught to accept this oppressive system that treats us like a drain on society, but when we try to become independant of this same system, we are met with all kinds of adversity. Because of this, I think most black Americans have trouble visualizing success WITHOUT accomodating the majority one way or another.

3 Comments on “Describe and assess the cultural, social, economic, and political strategies adopted by black Americans?”

  1. science_geekmckinley

    they have adopted the capitalism as anyone else in america.

    many blacks are coolReferences :

  2. STFU

    The answer to all four is gimme gimme gimme for free and without me working for it or being qualified, If you don’t I will call you a racist and sue you. I have Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson on speed dial.References :

  3. mac man

    History has proven that when we implement our own strategies, it is met with resistance from the white majority. An example would be the black panther party for self defense who only wanted to empower and defend the black community but was wiped out by the fbi. Accomodating a system of racial oppression is rewarded, while those who choose to fight the good fight are punished.
    We are taught to accept this oppressive system that treats us like a drain on society, but when we try to become independant of this same system, we are met with all kinds of adversity. Because of this, I think most black Americans have trouble visualizing success WITHOUT accomodating the majority one way or another.References :

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