Civil Rights and Colin Powell’s American Journey


  • Tamar SHIOSHVILI International Black Sea University



The fundamental rights of the U.S. are introduced in the Bill of Rights – the first ten amendments to the Constitution – and we often speak of the “protection” by that document. However, individual rights are always at risk if they are not vehemently defended by all the institutions of society (Berman & Allen).
The article depicts the thorny way towards civil rights achievement and is concentrated on important moments in the civil rights
movement in America; gives correlation of the attitude of Martin Luther King and Colin Powell in terms of unacceptability of grudge towards white brothers, as destiny of blacks and whites was bound to their freedom.
Keywords: Abolition, constitution, journey, opportunities




How to Cite

SHIOSHVILI, T. (2024). Civil Rights and Colin Powell’s American Journey . Journal in Humanities, 12(2).