From the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, part of the New York Public Library.
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"The SNCC was the only national civil rights organization led by young people. . .SNCC activists became full-time organizers, working with community leaders to build grassroots organiztions in the Deep South."
"Southern migrants from Uptown organized the Young Patriots and joined with African Americans in the Black Panther Party, Puerto Ricans in the Young Lords Organization, radical students from the Students for a Democratic Society and others across Chicago. Together they called themselves the Rainbow Coalition. It was a working class multi-racial liberation movement which challenged poverty, police brutality and the iron-fisted Democratic Machine of Mayor Richard J. Daley."