of Arkansas History & Culture» All Items» Flowers, William Harold Biographical entry on William Harold Flowers, a lawyer, minister, and civil rights leader during the s Types: Articles | Black-and-white photographs. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. leads civil rights activists on the last leg of their march from Selma to Poets influenced by the civil rights movement––a group that includes Margaret Walker, Nikki Giovanni, . Furious Flower Black Poets Database. Flower power was a slogan used during the late s and early s as a symbol of passive resistance and non-violence ideology. It is rooted in the opposition movement to the Vietnam War. On the following Sunday in May , WIN activists declared the Armed Forces Day as "Flower Power . press syndicate · list. “I will admit that I may have underrated Pine Bluff and its leadership', wrote Lucille Flowers had written in the State Press under the assumed name of Francis. Explore houdini-connections.co.uk's group of famous civil rights activists, including leaders like Martin Luther King Jr., Harriet Tubman, Malcolm X, Rose Parks, W.E.B. Du. Perhaps the most influential woman in the Civil Rights movement after Rosa but associated closely with the major activists, including Randolph and King. Devlin, Bernadette — leader of student socialist movement in late sixties which helped instigate the civil rights movement. Irish Free State — name of the political entity formed by the Government of Ireland Act in , comprising 26 counties. Flower child originated as a synonym for hippie, especially among the idealistic young people American political activists like Allen Ginsberg and Abbie Hoffman advocated the giving of flowers as a After the January 14, Human Be-In organized by artist Michael Bowen (among other things, . press syndicate · list. The bright flowers look out of place amid the seriousness of the march and For the reverend, it was a symbolic gesture that affirmed Asian-American support for the civil rights movement. their lives in the name of equality on Bloody Sunday by presenting civil rights leaders with flower leis, just as Rev.