Compare and contrast macolm x and dr. king

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Compare and contrast macolm x and dr. king

By | June 2011
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Racism, segregation, and Unfair treatment thrive two great leaders to make a difference; Martin Luther King Jr and Malcolm X. Dr. King used religious background to influence his campaign in civil disobedience influenced by Gandhi's methods of nonviolence. Whereas Malcolm X wanted to completely split from the white America altogether with the black panther party. However, MLK proved to be more appealing through his use of pathos and logos to convey universal togetherness along with non-violent protesting. Martin Luther king, a black minister from Georgia, was a not violent protester and oganizer. he proves that by this, "We must forever conduct our struggle on the high plane of dignity and discipline." This piece of syntax showed that king wanted to run a campaign that didn't involve black people getting violent. Compared to Malcolm X who had a more aggressive approach, "The philosophy of black nationalism only means that we will have to carry on a program, a political program, of re-education to open our peoples eyes; make us become more politically conscious."  This strong piece of logos showed how Malcolm wanted change rather than protest.. "The Negro community must not lead us to a distrust of all white people, for many of our white brothers have come to realize that their destiny is tied up with our destiny." This detail in the speech showed that king wanted a universal racial crowd of all races to help support his campaign and cause. Whereas Malcolm wanted to completely separate from white people shown here, "The economic philosophy of black nationalism only means that we should own and operate and control the economy of our community." This detail shows the intentions of Malcolm and his socialist philosophy in dealing in a segregated society. It just goes down to show that peace and togetherness gets you support and helps chance a nation. Malcolm X, founder of the black panthers, was willing to do whatever means necessary to get black rights. It is proved...