Brownian motion

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Synonyms for Brownian motion

the random motion of small particles suspended in a gas or liquid

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A vibrant movement for community control of public schools in predominantly black and Puerto Rican areas throughout Brooklyn and Harlem also provided a context for increased black and brown movement militancy on the City College and Lehman College campuses.
The years 1967 and 1969 represented the height of the black and brown movements in New York with student organizations established on college campuses that became increasingly more militant in the face of campus racism, black activist lectures on campuses, and student political radicalism that followed the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Registration is now ongoing for a writing workshop organized by Brown Movement for Cultural Advancement, Inc.