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Malcolm X's life in the Nation of Islam and his Life after his Pilgrimage to Mecca
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Malcolm X (Name) (Institution) (Professor) (Course) (Date) Malcolm X BACKGROUNDs Malcolm X was one of the most influential, charismatic as well as controversial figures in the history of the African-American Civil Rights movement. This was the era of distrust, agitations and turbulence…
They would face large scale unemployment; lose the unskilled jobs and other avenues of income. There was also another school of thought that propagated racial hatred based on a completely different agenda. The period of the erstwhile 1950’s was notorious for the growth of the Neo-Nazi groups, groups proclaiming racial superiority, the rise of the Klux klux clan among others. They did a very good job of instilling the feeling of racial hatred and abomination in the minds of the average American. The sum total of this was that the divide between the blacks and the whites reached levels of extreme bitterness. Majority of the black population believed that the laws were loaded completely against them and favored the agenda of the whites. INTRODUCTION- Malcolm X was an adapted name of Malcolm Little. He was born in the year 1925, in Omaha, Nebraska. He was the forth child of a total of seven children. His father was an activist for the pan African Movement and also the area leader for an Indigenous organization called as the Universal Negro Improvement Association. ...
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