The problem of relationships between races in the US was and still is one of the major challenges to the social stability and equality of all people in the US in terms of their rights and liberties as well as opportunities to exercise their rights and liberties. At the same time, civil rights movements have already reached a tremendous progress and today minorities, such as African Americans feel much more comfortable in the US than a hundred years ago or even 60-70 years ago. The aforementioned success is the result of the hard work of several generation civil rights activists along with the functioning of public organizations which aimed at the protection of rights and liberties of minorities.
In this respect, it is worth mentioning the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), which was one of the most significant civil rights movements, which gave rise to the mass struggle of African Americans and other minorities to struggle for their rights.
The NAACP was one of the major civil rights organizations, which launched the large-scale struggle of African Americans for their rights and liberties. The primary goal of the organization was the promotion of the idea of the equality of African Americans and the white majority. In this respect, it is important to lay emphasis on the fact that the advancement of the organization in terms of the struggle for basic rights of African Americans against the oppression and discrimination of African Americans by the white majority.
In this respect, it is important to lay emphasis on the fact that the time of the development of the NAACP coincided with the growing pressure on the African American community, especially from the part of the radical movements that stood on supremacist ground. For instance, Ku-Klux-Klan was one of the major supremacist movements that oppressed African Americans and other minorities which members of the Ku-Klux-Klan considered to be the inferior compared to the white majority. Lynching was widely-spread, whereas segregation was a norm.
In such a situation, the rise of African American civil rights movement was a natural response to the violation of their basic human rights and liberties. In fact, the social consciousness of African Americans grew stronger, whereas educated African Americans and leaders of the civil rights movement, such as F. Douglass, W.E.B. Dubois, and others, encouraged the rise of the civil rights movement using civil, non-violent means of struggle.
At the same time, the rise of the civil rights movement and the development of such organizations as the NAACP aimed at the increasing the public pressure of African Americans and other communities on the ruling elite. On the other hand, the emergence of the NAACP and other civil rights organizations contributed to the increase of the role of African Americans in the social life of the US. In addition, the NAACP encouraged the participation of African Americans in the political life of the US that naturally contributed to the protection of African Americans at different levels of the political power in the US, whereas the involvement of African Americans in the political life of the US forced politicians to take their position into consideration, while developing their political programs and electoral campaigns.
Thus, taking into consideration all above mentioned, it is important to lay emphasis on the fact that the emergence of NAACP contributed to the rise of the civil rights movement of African Americans and other minorities in the US.