The Power Of The Boycott

The Civil Rights Movement can be summed up in two parts: marching and boycotting. Marching is definitely important to raise awareness, but the real power in awakening culture is by boycotting the businesses and corporations that aid in the oppression of others.

In other words: mess with their money and they will start paying attention. The Power Of The Boycott

Progress, according to Malcolm X

The definition of progress is “forward or onward movement toward a destination.” As much as we would like to say that we’ve made progress since slavery times, that’s clearly not the case. Nearly 150 years after the abolishment of slavery, there are still systems in place that systematically oppress people of color, with the majority of the non-minority population ignoring that there is even an issue.

We cannot start to embrace progress until we acknowledge that the issue exists. Progress, according to Malcolm X