Julian Bond Rationale

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Julian Bond Julian Bond was the communication director of SNCC (Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee) and in that role he devoted his energies to voter registration in southern states during the Civil Rights Movement. Bond’s rationale was self-evident: if blacks were to remain disenfranchised, they would make zero progress toward establishing their rightful and equal membership in American society. No vote equals no progress! In 19**, Julian Bond, a well-educated young black man, went to the South to organize voter registration. But you may ask “what about the 13th and 15th amendments to the constitution?” Although Black people were officially U.S. citizens and technically had the right to vote, at that time, they could not officially register to be on the voting rolls and the white power structure wanted to keep them off the voter rolls. If blacks were able to vote they would topple the segregated social and economic structures of southern states and thereby fundamentally change the way of life in the south. In order to keep blacks off the rolls, racist southerners invented several impediments to registration. Because many black people didn’t have the ability to read, they couldn’t pass a literacy test to…show more content…
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