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    Malcom X/Nation of Islam

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    followers who believed that Fard was actually god, in the form of man. Elijah Poole, later known as Elijah Muhammad, took over the Nation of Islam after Fard’s disappearance in 1934. One Nation of Islam follower widely known for his work was Malcolm X. Malcolm X was born on May 19, 1925 under the name Malcolm Little, the fourth child of Rev. Earl and Louise Little. Malcolm’s father was of Baptist faith that preached on Sundays, and supported Universal Negro Improvement Association and Marcus Garvey, a

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    Martin Luther King and Malcom X

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    When people hear the word Civil Rights Movement, two men automatically come to their minds, Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X. While both these men had very different views and ideas, they also shared similarities. Part of the reason for their different views was because one was in the South and the other was in the North. Martin saw a Dream that could be fulfilled in the South and Malcolm saw a Nightmare, which would never end in the North. Martin and Malcolm were raised in very different

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    can do it is with a ballot or a bullet. And if you're not ready to get involved with either one of those, you are satisfied with the status quo. That means we'll have to change you." (Malcom X) While Martin Luther King promoted non-violence, civil rights, and the end to racial segregation, a man of the name of Malcom X dreamed of a separate nation. Martin Luther King, Jr. was the conscience of his generation. A Southerner, a black man, he gazed upon the great wall of segregation and saw that the

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    of Malcom X had similar themes, although they were written with different styles. The theme these two stories had alike was the power of learning through books and reading. Sherman Alexie and Malcom X both drastically improved their education by teaching themselves new things. They did this by reading books, dictionaries, and anything else that interested them. It is amazing what these two men have done for themselves, and very inspiring. Sherman Alexie became a successful writer, and Malcom X became

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    MLK and Malcom X

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    Malcolm X fought for. They were different from each other, but fighting for the equal rights of African-Americans is what brought them together. They were both African-American activist’s and are the two best known African-American leaders. The reason they were important is because they were major leaders in the Civil Rights movement, but they differed in many ways. For example: early life experiences, role of whites in the Civil Rights movement, integration and violence. MLK and Malcolm X were united

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    Malcom X, have a variety of names that represented his life and his journey. It’s began from Malcom Little, who was developed the feeling of anti-white. He became like that because of his father was murdered by white. During his father life also, he was treat better than other siblings by his father because he has the lightest skin. Moreover, to Malcolm the state welfare agency should be blames for robbing his mother of her dignity and breaking apart his family. Then his experiences in school also

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    Biography of Malcom X

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    heroes. One of the Great Contributors to Human rights during the civil rights era that I feel is not favored and under reported on is Malcolm X. Born Malcolm Little on May 19, 1925 in Omaha Nebraska. Malcolm X was a prominent spokesman, writer, and minister who commanded that African Americans remove the bondage of racism by any means necessary. When Malcolm X stated “by any means necessary“, Malcolm meant just that. Even if cour...

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    Biography of Malcom X

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    Malcolm X was one of the fiercest leaders the African American people have seen to this day. Born as Malcolm Little in Omaha, Nebraska, Malcolm X lived in a world of disrespect towards the racial group he identified with, that being African and Black Americans. Throughout the autobiography, written with the help of Alex Haley, the reader gets to see into the personal growth of Malcolm X. Malcolm transforms within himself and his own personal understanding of who he is and how that affects the general

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    "My life has always been one of changes" (436). Malcolm X, throughout his life, was one of the most influential, and quite possibly the most effective, civil rights activists of the twentieth century. His "radical" ideas and views were widely sought after from the oppressed African-American population in the 1950s and 60s. The changes he underwent throughout his life affected his views of a racist America and inspired him to lead a dedicated life preaching, what he thought to be, the only method

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    Malcolm X was born Malcolm Little on May 19, 1925 in Omaha, Nebraska. His mother Louise Norton Little and his father, Earl Little, had eight children. Earl was an outspoken Baptist minister and supporter of Marcus Garvey. Earl's civil rights activism prompted death threats. In 1929, their Lansing, Michigan home was burned to the ground. Two years later, Earl's body was found lying across the town's trolley tracks. Louise was committed to a mental institution. Eventually, Malcolm and Malcolm "Shorty"

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