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    Black Supremacy

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    Black Supremacy Throughout history, white anglo-saxons have been notorious for mistreating all races other than it's own. Malcolm X felt "the white man had been actually nothing but a piratical opportunist who used Faustian machinations to make his own Christianity his initial wedge in criminal conquests"(563). The earth is burdened by the white man! That is the true meaning of what Malcolm X is stating; the words Faustian machinations, meaning evil plotting, implies the whole white population

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    uncertainty of war, America’s blacks enjoyed a period of relative respite during the years 1863-1877. With slavery abolished, the South underwent reconstruction within every component of its unsteady structure. However, one must measure the success of this reconstruction with the criteria of political, social and economic changes in mind. The amendments of the 1860s gave blacks greater political freedom, but were only upheld by the military force of the Northern army; blacks developed their first

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    are divided on the theory and practice of non-violence versus the practice of active self-defense. The most vocal and perhaps the most famous individual synonymous with that of self-defense is that of Malcolm X. In Malcolm’s dedication to that of black liberation through self-defense, his most articulate writing regarding this issue is found in his now famous “Ballot or the Bullet” speech. Hence, this essay will critically analyze and summarize the main ideas and points that Malcolm X makes within

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    Biography Of Malcolm X

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    served time in prison for the crime of larceny and breaking and entering. While serving time in prison he became a member of the islamic nation. After being released from prison Malcolm became a leader preaching to people the importance of black pride, and black supremacy. In 1964 Malcolm X was recognizing the wrong doing of the islamic leader of his, preaching to the people as he did wrong and the opposite. In February 1965, shortly after “turning” on the Nation of Islam Malcolm was assassinated by three

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    malcolm x

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    “Brothers! Brothers, please! This is a house of peace,” cried Malcolm ‘X’ as panic spread at Manhattan’s Audubon Ballroom before he was fatally shot. In the midst of the crowd a man rushed forward and shot him with a sawed off shotgun that tore through his heart. He fell back clutching his chest, as he hit the ground two more men with pistols fired viciously on his lifeless body sixteen times. His wife Betty Shabazz cradled Malcolm, trying to stop the blood that poured from his bullet riddled body

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    Malcolm X

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    heavily influenced by Marcus Garvey who once said [The Black skin is not a badge of shame, but rather a glorious symbol of national greatness]; Garvey is remember for helping unite African Americans with the creation of the UNIA (Universal Negro Improvement Association). Following Earl’s involvement with UNIA, he received death threats from several white supremacist groups and had to move himself and his family several times. Earl accused the Black Legion (a white supremacist group) of burning down his

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    met a woman by the name of Clara Evans in which he married and had eight children. In 1923 he moved his family to Detroit Michigan where he went to work in an auto factory. Later in 1931 he met a man by the name of Wallace D. Fard, founder of the black separatist movement Nation of Islam in which later mentored Muhammad and gave him his name. Muhammad adopted Fard’s teachings and converted to the Nation of Islam. Three years later Fard mysteriously disappeared and the Nation of Islam split into.

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    The Savior- Malcolm X

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    changes from whites and blacks. No longer would our country stand as a racially divided society, the protesting had began. It was the sixties, and so many of the most memorable people in the history of our country, made their voices be heard by everyone. One of the few, who spoke so clear, was Malcolm X, a man who would risk his life for his brothers and sisters of America. Malcolm X told his faith, told his truth, and that made him an ideological hero, especially among the young black culture. Malcolm

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    The Nation of Islam

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    Nation of Islam, during the 60’s, was one of the forerunners for African American unity. They strove for a separate black community. They wanted to be completely separated from the white community only because, according to their beliefs, white people were all devils. Elijah Muhammad being influenced by many people and factors in his life led the Nation of Islam to the point where many blacks started to look toward Islam as a way out. The Nation provided an escape from the harsh racial treatment and discrimination

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    Malcolm X, the Movie

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    Al-Shabazz, the name that he took in 1964 after his pilgrimage to Mecca. Malcolm has much influence on blacks and whites. Malcolm was a man of the people, in his ways of teaching on the street instead of going to college to become a preacher. The movie Malcolm X was very well portrayed by Spike Lee. It is historically accurate in the life of Malcolm X. It showed many of the struggles that he faced in making black history. The movie Malcolm X showed all the emotion of the original events, and it made the audience

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