The Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee

Students identify and analyze the motivation behind the African-American students in organizing the sit-in if Greensboro and the formation of the SNCC. Students identify how the generational differences between members of SNCC and other civil rights groups led to a difference in emphasis in the organizations. Students identify and analyze the ideological transition to Black Power phase of the late 1960s using the Internet links provided.

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