Explain the violation of Civil Rights strictly an American problem?

African American History II Reflection Paper

1) Zora Neale Hurston\’s Letter to the Orlando Sentinel (1955)
(Response to Brown vs. Board of Education)
2) W.E.B. Dubois I Wont Vote (1956)
3) Fannie Lou Hamer Im Sick and Tired of Being Sick and Tired (1964)
4) 1964 Martin Luther Kings Speech on South Africa in London (1964)
5) Black Panther Platform and Program (1966)
Based on these documents, write an essay that addresses the struggle
for civil rights from Post World War II to the Black Power Movement.
Looking exclusively at these documents, is everyone on the same page
regarding civil rights? Did all African Americans want the same thing?
Did they always come to the same conclusions? Was there resistance to
change? Was the violation of Civil Rights strictly an American
problem? Are you able to empathize with any of the actors involved?
Are you able to draw parallels between the time period in question and
the present day? Use examples and analysis in your discourse.
Your response MUST adhere to the following guidelines:

1) It must focus on information primarily
class lectures, and the book. DO NOT IGNORE THE DOCUMENTS. There is a
MINIMUM of a two letter grade penalty for ignoring the REQUIRED
DOCUMENTS!!! STAY AWAY FROM WIKIPEDIA!!!!!!
2) USE YOUR OWN WORDS!!!!! DO NOT COPY AND PASTE FROM WEBSITES!!! Do
not use article rewriting programs.

3) It should be from three pages long.

Grading Rubric:

A–The paper is fundamentally sound with regard to grammar and
mechanics. It has a very strong command of content and analysis.

B–The paper is sound but flawed with respect to grammar and
mechanics. It has a solid command of content and analysis.

C–The paper is adequate regarding grammar and mechanics. It is
moderately acceptable with respect to content and analysis.
D–The paper poorly reflects the standards of collegiate writing. It
does not meet the minimum criteria concerning content and analysis.

F–The paper is unacceptable.