1. Please watch the first five minutes of Malcolm X's speech, "The Ballot or the Bullet," in which he talks about the relationship between his faith, the faith of others, and the social movements he considers himself a part of. What does he say about the faith differences between himself and others who are committed to the cause? What is the specific social movement he considers himself devoted to, and how (if at all) is that movement different from the civil rights movement?
2. In the late 60s and early 70s, religious conservatives in the United States participated in several different political movements which often served as counter-movements against the various civil rights movements of the previous decade? What were some of these political movements, and which movements did they seem to counter?
The correct answer is;
1) He said If we have differences, let us differ in the closet; civil rights movement;is an umbrella term for the many varieties of activism that sought to secure full political, social, and economic rights for African Americans in the period from 1946 to 1968.
2)the political movements were redemptive, reformative, revolutionary and alternative.