Amend: The Fight for America | Episode 3 | Netflix

Amend: The Fight for America | Episode 3 | Netflix

When the United States of America was founded, the ideals of freedom and equality did not apply to all people. These are the stories of the brave Americans who fought to right the nation’s wrongs and enshrine the values we hold most dear into the Constitution — with liberty and justice for all. Executive produced and hosted by Will Smith.

As the civil rights movement gains momentum in the 1960s, Martin Luther King Jr. orchestrates protests that goad President John F. Kennedy into action.


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  1. New York University moves to implement racial segregation
    July 20, 2020 Washington Square News, the weekly undergraduate student newspaper of NYU, published an article titled “Student-Led Task Force Calls for Black Housing on Campus,” in which it reported on the university’s willingness to help implement residential communities open solely to “Black-identifying students with Black Resident Assistants.” Since then, the university has officially given the project a green light, aiming to have NYU’s first segregated residential floor established by Fall 2021.
    Black students at Rice University demand segregated campus ‘Black House’
    Over the last several years, black college students across the nation have demanded black-only spaces on campuses, arguing it gives them a safe space from systemic racism and microaggressions.
    Black Student Union representatives at DePaul University in Chicago are demanding new programs and spaces reserved solely for Black students and faculty.

    The BSU’s demands include “healing & safe spaces for Black students on and off-campus,” despite that DePaul University previously opened cultural centers for Black, Latino, Asian American, and LGBT students. The programs would potentially violate Title VI of the Civil Rights Act, which prohibits any college receiving federal funds from enacting programs that discriminate on the basis of race.
    Friday, January 29, 2021

  2. About 1400 years ago a man said that no white man is better than a black man nor is a black one better than a white one except by piety . that man is prophet Muhammad peace be upon him

  3. Hope one of these episodes covers the disabled advocacy groups and their struggles throughout the years as well. Systemic ableism is such a big part of American culture that often gets ignored by the media.

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