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Malcolm X

 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...

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History Individual History Essay "To what extent did Malcolm X play a positive role in the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s and the 1960s in America?" Word Count: 1923 words To a limited extent Malcolm X played a positive role in the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s and 1960s in America. Malcolm X was an African-American Muslim minister, leader and human rights activist. During the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s and 60s Malcolm X became one of the most prominent advocates for the rights...

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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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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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Malcolm X How is it that a man who was completely illiterate, a criminal and even worse he was black, in a time that meant you were less than a dog, could go on to lead a nation of black people towards freedom? Malcolm X is the classical story of tenacity, adversity, and determination and his end result was triumph. To Malcolm X reading was the most important thing in the world to him, and no matter how hard it would be he wanted nothing more than to learn. He knew that if he were to change his...

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Malcolm X's early experiences with racism shaped his thinking throughout his lifetime. As a child growing up in Omaha, Nebraska, Malcolm was witness to the near lynching of his father and the burning of his family home by Klansmen. Later, his father was killed and his mother was committed to a mental institution. Malcolm and his siblings were split up by child welfare and for awhile he was forced to live in a reform home run by racist white people. Malcolm moved to Boston in his early teens and soon...

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Malcolm X was born Malcolm Little in Omaha Nebraska on May 19, 1925. Malcolm’s father Earl Little was a big six-foot-four very black man with one eye. His mother Louis Little, had a light complexion and could pass for white. Malcolm was his father’s seventh child. He had three children from a previous marriage Ella, Earl, and Mary, who lived in Boston. Malcolm’s father met and married his mother in Philadelphia. This union produced, Malcolm and his five full-blooded siblings. The oldest Wilfred...

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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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 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...

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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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