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    The Savior- Malcolm X

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    The Savior, Malcolm X The decade of change as so many people called it, the United States of America was becoming a better place, for some. People began to speak their minds, tell the truth, and give their opinion even if it wasn’t wanted. All of that forced changes, 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

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    Biography Of Malcolm X

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    Malcolm X is one of the prominent activist and outspoken public voices of the Black Muslim. He was born as Malcolm little and he changed his last name to X to signify his rejection of his “slave” name. Malcolm X is a charismatic and eloquent, Malcolm became an influential leader of the Nation of Islam, which combined Islam with Black Nationalism. After Malcolm X’s death in 1965, his bestselling book The Autobiography of Malcolm X popularized his ideas, particularly among black youth, and laid the

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    Malcolm X Speeches

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    On November 10th, 1963 Malcolm X, later known as el-Hajj Malik el-Shabazz, delivered his “Message to the Grass Roots” speech to the Northern Negro Grass Roots Leadership Conference held at the King Solomon Baptist Church in Detroit, Michigan. 1963 was a year of change, and a year of turmoil for African-Americans and the nation was in the midst of the (African-American) civil rights movement. Malcolm X’s speech would be one of his last speeches as part of the Nation of Islam, a group that was found

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    Malcolm X Biography

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    Malcolm X is born Malcolm Little on May 19, 1925 in Omaha, Nebraska. The Midwest, during that period, was completely full of discrimination and racial violence. Malcolm X’s father, Earl Little was a Baptist preacher and on one day, he was found dead on the trolley tracks in town after a streetcar ran over him. In spite of the police report that Earl's death was an accident, Malcolm strongly believed that his father was killed by the Black Legion. Following his father’s death, Malcolm's mother, Louise

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    Malcolm X Analysis

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    el-Shabazz, or better known as Malcolm X, was an Afro-American minister of the Nation of Islam (NOI) and human rights activist whose journey for racial equality and religious freedom infuriated white-America throughout the 60’s. Malcolm’s courage and ability to overcome adversity has been showcased through the Hollywood blockbuster hit-film Malcolm X, as directed and produced by Spike Lee. I plan to investigate Lee’s film and highlight the primary objective in making Malcolm X, while simultaneously capturing

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    known as Malcolm X was once called Malcolm Little. Malcolm Little grew up in a little farm town close to Omaha, Nebraska. Malcolm Little was his slave name so after his freedom he dropped little and added the X. The X was associated with an unknown identity. The book goes into detail using his own words as well as the proceived writing of Alex Haley. The book goes into a detail of Malcolms life and how his childhood shaed him up for his future as an advocator for equal rights. Malcolm was third

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    malcolm x

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    Malcolm X was a very interesting and complicated person. Throughout his life, Malcolm had exposure to practically every type of person the world had to offer. In his younger years, he excelled in his community predominately surrounded by whites. He then got into the hustling business within the black community which supplied for all types of people. After that, he joined the Nation of Islam, joining himself with many Muslims. Lastly, Malcolm went on a Hajj to Africa, where his communication with

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    Essay On Malcolm X

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    The beginning of Malcolm’s life shaped who he was and would become in the near future. No one would 've thought that this “red” boy from Omaha, Nebraska would play such a huge role in the civil rights movement. Malcolm went through a lot of changes including where he lived, his views on men and women, the way he felt towards society, and even his religion. Malcolm’s Life Growing Up Malcolm’s original last name was “Little”. Malcolm’s father was also part of the UNIA (United Negro Improvement

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    Malcolm X

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    Malcolm X In the U.S there have been a lot of people who’ve had political influence in our government, and the person that interested me the most was Malcolm X. Malcolm X was a African American civil rights leader who fought so African Americans could get the same rights like everyone else. Malcolm X was born on May 19, 1925 in Omaha, Nebraska. Before, his name was Malcolm Little, but later changed it to Malcolm X when he joined the Nation of Islam. Like many political leaders, Malcolm X had his

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    Malcolm X

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    Civil Rights Movement being successful. One of these powerful speakers was Malcolm X. He led a very interesting, yet tragic life. Malcolm X was born Malcolm Little on May 19, 1925 in Omaha, Nebraska. He was one of eight children. His mother, Louise Norton Little, was a homemaker while his father, Earl Little, was a Baptist minister. His father was a devoted follower of Marcus Garvey, who was the Black Nationalist leader. Malcolm had already moved twice by the time he was four because of threats aimed

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