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The SNCC prefered more direct tactics unlike the SCLC

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What are the SIMILARITIES of SNCC SCLC and NAACP?

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What does SCLC stand for?

SCLC is the Southen Christian Leadership Conference.


SNCC entrusted decisions about priorities and tactics to?

The SNCC used participatory democracy, allowing every member to be a part of the decision making process until a consensus was reached.


Why did young people in sncc and the mfdp feel betrayed by some civil rights leaders?

young people in SNCC and the MFDP felt betrayed by some civil rights leaders because civil rights leaders such as Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton became corrupt and stole money from them OR SNCC was taken over by militant Stokely Carmichael (05/66). MFDP allowed to watch {not participate} in 1964 Dem. Party convention.


Why did many young people in sncc and the mfdp feel betrayed by some civil rights leaders in 1964?

young people in SNCC and the MFDP felt betrayed by some civil rights leaders because civil rights leaders such as Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton became corrupt and stole money from them OR SNCC was taken over by militant Stokely Carmichael (05/66). MFDP allowed to watch {not participate} in 1964 Dem. Party convention.


Who did the Sncc entrust decisions about priorities to?

As a result of the success of the lunch counter boycotts in the early days of the Civil Rights Movement by students, SNCC understood the need to encourage these young activists to stay involved in the movement. Therefore, it entrusted all decisions about priorities and tactics to young activists.


What was the Albany Movement?

It was a coordinated desegregation effort in Albany Georgia which included the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) and the National Association for Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) in 1961. It had nothing to do with Albany New York.


What was SNCC formed to enable students to do?

SNCC was formed to enable students to


Robert Moses was influential leader in what civil rights organization?

(SNCC) i think


What is the difference between SCLC and SNCC?

SNCC stands for the students non violent coordinating committee. SNCC was lead pretty much by Bob Moses, who was NOT a charismatic leader. He was soft spoken, but really helped the voter registration movement. He was the one to tell people who were coming down to from the north to watch out- there is a chance that the radical segregationists were going to get you. He also created the group that combined SNCC, SDS, and the Mississippi NAACP. (the people who mobilized a bunch of people and got them voting). Pretty much in summary, SNCC was huge. It helped dramatically in the voter registration (that is what its focus was) and also wanted a participatory democracy (where people were independent of main leaders- could be "self-governed") SNCC was huge with making group leadership and treating women as equals. SCLC stands for the Southern Christian Leadership Committee. This group was less group centered, and focused on charismatic leadership like MLK (another example of charismatic leadership is JFK). In this organization, the group targeted getting rid of the Jim Crow Laws. This group was very important to desegregate, and wanted to mobilize numbers of people to dramatize the demands. They wanted media to step in and take a look at the injustice. Many people were in both SNCC and SCLC= people like Ella Baker, and others. Another organization that you may get confused with these two is the SDS. (another "S" name....i know) This group was the students for a democratic society. These kids were the red diaper babies, or the people who came from communist parents who his their old political past. SDS was students who were anti-communist, and were kids in the New Left. In the SDS is the Port Huron Statement that was written by Tom Hayden. Three New Left principles are 1)Feminism 2)Environmentalism and 3)Capitalism. They wanted fast changes, and no slow changes. They opposed the cold war, the nuclear arms race, and opposed normal democracy. They were radial democracy, and their main ideas came from marxist ideas and existentialism. The Port Huron Statement (the statement with all of the new left ideas that I just mentioned) were approved by the SDS Convention.


Why were many sncc members reluctant to join a coalition between the sncc and the black panthers in 1968?

They did not like them.


Who became the new leader of the SNCC and changed the primary goal of SNCC to black power?

Stokely Carmichael