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    be used for more then looking up unfamiliar words? According to the article “Malcolm X: A Homemade Education from The Autobiography of Malcolm X‚ a dictionary is used as A tool to learn formal English. Malcolm explains his battle between street language and formal language. While in Charlestown Prison‚ he uses self motivation and teaches himself formal English. The way he does it is very unique. Malcolm calls himself “the most articulate hustler out there”‚ but faces incredible

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    Malcolm X Malcolm Little was born on May 19‚ 1925; he was the son of Louise and Earl Little of Omaha‚ Nebraska. He was a very good student. Before dropping out in the 8th grade‚ and was even voted class president. After the death of his father at the hand of Klansmen and the infirming of his mother to a mental institution‚ he moved to Boston. Malcolm got a job as a shoeshine boy‚ but quickly decided dealing drugs was a much easier way to make money. He eventually moved to New York City‚ where

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    them to their deaths. The words spoken by Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X were so strong and influential‚ helping them gain great audiences and followers. King preached out over the “brotherhood” among races‚ and the importance of non-violence. Malcolm X‚ also advocated for the end to segregation‚ but emphasized the needs for blacks to become independent of the white man‚ and stand up for themselves. Both King and Malcolm X had similar goals in their minds‚ but took distinct paths to attain those

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    the American society. One of them is African American civil rights leader‚ Malcolm X. He was a major 20th-century spokesman for Black Nationalism. Malcolm X was born as Malcolm Little on May 19‚ 1925‚ in Omaha‚ Nebraska. His father was a Baptist minister and was an outspoken follower of Marcus Garvey who was the Black Nationalist leader in the 1920s who advocated a "back-to-Africa" movement for African Americans. Malcolm X started working as a shoeshine boy‚ soda jerk‚ busboy‚ waiter‚ and railroad

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    Name: Brandon Kuck Period: 1 10th Grade Research Project Outline Format-2012-13 I. Introduction Paragraph A. Hook Sentence: Malcolm X was one of the fierce black leaders that gave equal rights to their race B. Anecdote or Example C. Background Information: ______________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________

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    Introduction Malcolm X is seen as quite a controversial person. His admirers see him as a courageous human rights activist who campaigned for the rights of African Americans and showed white America how racist it was. His enemies see him as a racist‚ anti-Semitic and violent person. Malcolm X was orphaned early in life. At the age of six his father was killed and it has been rumoured that white racists were responsible. Seven years later his mother passed away after which he lived in a series of

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    Baptist preacher active in Marcus Garvey’s Universal Negro Improvement Association‚ Malcolm‚ along with his siblings‚ experienced dramatic confrontations with racism from childhood. Hooded Klansmen burned their home in Lansing‚ Michigan; Earl Little was killed under mysterious circumstances; welfare agencies split up the children and eventually committed Louise Little to a state mental institution; and Malcolm was forced to live in a detention home run by a racist white couple. By the eighth

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    racism. Malcolm X grew up in a tough place for an African American; he was constantly judged for the color of his skin. He was persecuted throughout his life. He decided that that was not the life he wanted to live so he attempted to change his life to the way he thought was fair. Malcolm X believed that everyone deserved equality in America. However during his life there was no equality for African Americans‚ even though America promises every citizen fair treatment. All Malcolm X wanted was

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    Malcolm X U.S. Black-Rights Activist and Religious Leader As well all know we are in the month of February. February is the month of love and the month to celebrate black history. Today I am going to talk about the one and only Malcolm X. I asked many people who they thought Malcolm X was and none of them knew. They were saying that he was a boxer‚ a black dude‚ or a random guy who was celebrated. But little did they know that he was kind of like Martin Luther King except that he believed in taking

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    The Civil Rights Movements throughout the sixties were very turbulent at times and a lot of activists were injured or even killed‚ one of them was Malcolm X. Malcolm X was a very influential man to many people and led the Civil Rights in a lot of areas in the U.S. Malcolm X was a great civil rights leader because he had a troubling childhood that made him who he was‚ he made speeches to the people to defend themselves from the white oppression‚ and his philosophies carried on after his death.

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