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Malcolm x and his role in racial eqality
Author: jsrsg1

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Violence In All Its Forms
It has been nearly 35 years since the assassination of Malcolm X, yet the stature of the man remains in tact, if not even greater today. His war against the white establishment evolved from inner needs just as he had rebelled against symbols of authority early in his life. It was this early rebellion and the phases that followed, that enabled him to adapt to his later environment. He defended his people and helped them understand that blackness is not a sign of shame but a symbol of pride. To that end Malcolm spent the majority of his life trying to urge the black...

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