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workers went on strike, and there was talk of a general strike. In response to this, Williams proclaimed a State of Emergency on April 21 and arrested 15 Black Power leaders. In response to this, a portion of the Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force, led by Raffique Shah and Rex Lassalle mutinied and took hostages at the army barracks at Teteron. Through the action of the Trinidad and Tobago Coast Guard the mutiny was contained and the mutineers surrendered on April 25. France's initial military assistance to the American rebels was a disappointment with defeats at Rhode Island (Battle of Rhode Island) and Savannah (Siege of Savannah). In 1780 France sent Rochambeau (Jean-Baptiste Donatien de Vimeur, comte de Rochambeau) and de Grasse (François Joseph Paul de Grasse) to help the Americans, along with large land and naval forces. The French expeditionary force (Expédition Particulière) arrived in America in July 1780. The appearance of French fleets in the Caribbean was followed by the capture of a number of the sugar islands, including Tobago and Grenada. ''The Oxford Illustrated History of the British Army'' (1994) p. 130. French intervention proved decisive in forcing a British army under Lord Cornwallis (Charles Cornwallis, 1st Marquess Cornwallis) to surrender at the Battle of Yorktown (Siege of Yorktown) in 1781. Jonathan R. Dull, ''The French Navy and American Independence: A Study of Arms and Diplomacy, 1774–1787'' (1975). *The Dutch (Netherlands) took over Saba, Saint Martin, Sint Eustatius, Curaçao, Bonaire, Aruba, Commons:Tobago

Lemoore, California

Mexico City

Black Power salute Black Power salute on the victory stand. The second place finisher, Peter Norman of Australia, wore an Olympic Project for Human Rights badge in support of Smith and Carlos. In response to the protest, IOC President Avery Brundage told the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) to either send the two athletes home or withdraw the track and field team. The USOC opted for the former. Dmoz:Regional North America Mexico States Federal District Commons:Category:Mexico City Wikipedia:Mexico City

Trinidad and Tobago

, a Guyanese national, author, and professor at the University of the West Indies, published a pamphlet titled ''The Groundings with My Brothers'' which among other matters, including a summary of African history, discussed his experiences with the Rastafari. It became a benchmark in the Caribbean Black Power movement. Combined with Rastafarian teachings, both philosophies spread rapidly to various Caribbean nations, including Guyana, Trinidad and Tobago, Dominica, and Grenada

;Stokely Carmichael, King Encyclopedia, The Martin Luther King, Jr. Research and Education Institute, Stanford University. Accessed 20 November 2006. He popularized the term "Black Power". "Stokely Carmichael, Rights Leader Who

Coined 'Black Power,' Dies at 57" November 16, 1998, ''New York Times''. Accessed March 27, 2008. (alternate url) While Western audiences found the films funny, there was considerable debate about its racial politics. commons:Trinidad and Tobago


, such as traditional rivals Black Power (Black Power (New Zealand)) and the Mongrel Mob, were also evident (interestingly enough, the Black Power (Black Power (New Zealand)) were Muldoon supporters Wikipedia:Auckland City commons:Auckland


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Port of Spain

and There ''Flight'' 3 May 1945 ; 16 passengers and 9 crew members died in that crash. Trinidad and Tobago Woodford Square in Port of Spain, Trinidad, is also known as "The University of Woodford Square", so named by the first prime minister of Trinidad Eric Williams who gave many speeches here. Another nickname, "People's Parliament", comes from the Black Power movement of the 1970s. Flanked by Trinidad's Parliament and Halls of Justice the Square still plays host to speeches of a highly topical and political nature. Butler first came to prominence in 1935 when he led a "''hunger march''" from the oilfields to Port of Spain. In 1936 he was expelled from the Trinidad Labour Party for his "extremist tendencies". He then formed the ''British Empire Citizens' and Workers' Home Rule Party''. On 19 June 1937 a strike in protest of working conditions, wages, racism and exploitation began in the oilfields in the southern Trinidad. Police attempted to arrest Butler as he addressed a meeting in Fyzabad. His supporters prevented the police from doing so and Charlie King, a police officer was killed. The ''Labour riots of 1937'' resulted in turmoil throughout the oilfields. When strikes spread to the sugar (sugar cane) factories, the Colonial government responded by issuing an arrest warrant for Butler. Butler went into hiding and the colonial authorities were unble to locate him. He stayed in contact with the authorities through Adrian Cola Rienzi and although he was promised safe passage by the colonial authorities to testify at a commission of enquiry into the events of June 1937, he was arrested by the colonial government when he emerged to do so. - 2 5–58 133 WikiPedia:Port of Spain Commons:Port of Spain zh:西班牙港


independence (as Ghana). Padmore, a Trinidadian living in London, believed Wright to be a good friend, as his many letters in the Wright papers at Yale's Beinecke Library attest, and their correspondence continued. Wright's book on his journey, Black Power, was published in in 1954; its London publisher was Padmore's -- Dennis Dobson. Carol Polsgrove, ''Ending British Rule in Africa: Writers in a Common Cause'' (2009), pp. 125-128. In addition to whatever political

to the United States. While there, Fela discovered the Black Power movement through Sandra Smith (now Izsadore)—a partisan of the Black Panther Party — which would heavily influence his music and political views and renamed the band Nigeria '70. Soon, the Immigration and Naturalization Service was tipped off by a promoter that Fela and his band were in the U.S. without work permits. The band then performed a quick recording session in Los Angeles (Los Angeles, California) that would

the 1950s and 1960s and the history of nuclear power. Black Power A look at how Kwame Nkrumah, the leader of the Gold Coast (which became Ghana on independence) from 1952 to 1966, set Africa ablaze with his vision of a new industrial and scientific age. At the heart of his dream was to be the huge Volta dam (Akosombo Dam), generating enough power to transform West Africa into an industrialized utopia. A scheme was drawn up together with Kaiser Aluminum, but as his

Jackson, Mississippi

there. *January 10 – NAACP local chapter president Vernon Dahmer is injured by a bomb in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. He dies the next day. *June 5 – James Meredith begins a solitary March Against Fear from Memphis, Tennessee to Jackson, Mississippi. Shortly after starting, he is shot with birdshot and injured. Civil rights leaders and organizations rally and continue the march leading to, on June 16, Stokely Carmichael first using the slogan ''Black power'' in a speech. *September – Nichelle Nichols is cast as a female black officer on television's ''Star Trek''. She briefly considers leaving the role, but is encouraged by Dr. Martin Luther King to continue as an example for their community. History Built starting in 1915 as a federally-sponsored project, a series of expansions and renovations have gradually expanded the stadium and modernized its amenities, allowing the Rebels to play all of their home games on campus. Prior to the early-to-mid 1990s, Ole Miss would play many of its big rivalry games, including the heated feuds with LSU (Louisiana State University), Mississippi State (Mississippi State University), Tennessee (University of Tennessee), and Arkansas (University of Arkansas) at Mississippi Veterans Memorial Stadium in the state capital of Jackson (Jackson, Mississippi), located approximately

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