" When Rosa Parks was asked to give up her seat to a white woman, she refused because she was frustrated with the treatment that african americans revieved. In her heart and in the heart of the good, she did the right thing because she was facing injustice. I whole heartedly agree and believe that the non-violence tactic will get you much farther in reaching freedom and independence. If you use "any means necessary" like Malcolm X, it will raise hostility towards your campaign and sooner than later your message of freedom through anger will have negative effects. Malcolm X did a great job of expressing the feelings of the oppressed african americans, but his quest for freedom through "any means necessary" would raise hatred towards his work. A prime example of the non-violence approach was Martin Luther King Jr.
and the speeches he made. He inspired and preached the non-violence tactic without causing the descrepency that Malcolm X did. He tried to unite all mankind without the fear and hatred of Malcolm X. Martin Luther definetly used a more advanced tactic that opened the eyes of many americans including whites. .