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  • How Did Malcolm X Change The World

    shape his life. Today Malcolm X is still a big figure and his words still have a huge effect on people. Once Malcolm X joined the Nation Of Islam and became a speaker, he put a type of fear in white people in America. They feared Malcolm because Malcolm told the truth and what was going on and the relations of the races.White people didn’t expect this type of talk from a black person so it shocked them and made the fearful. They didn’t like blacks who were well educated like Malcom…

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  • Nation Of Islam Research Paper

    After Fard’s leadership was over, one of his followers kept this saying popular when he took over as the leader of the Nation of Islam. His name was Elijah Muhammad. Elijah Muhammad was known for his strong hatred towards Christianity and white people. He had no intentions of integrating with the white community. One of his popular quotes is “White is evil; non-white is good.” When the Nation of Islam was criticized for their hatred towards the whites he responded by saying that the Black Muslim…

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  • Malcolm X Assassination Analysis

    accomplishments to my first grade class. His legacy made me proud to be a Black Muslim. It was difficult for me to understand that he was assassinated by his own people. Malcolm X’s Assassination made me think. He was once the face of the Nation of Islam. The brought him up from the prison gutters and gave him the platform to elevate black people in America. How do you go from that to being responsible for his death? I believe that there were a many factors that lead to his death. But the…

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  • Alex Haley's The Autobiography Of Malcolm X

    Malcolm X’s biography showed why others and allowed for change to happen. It specifically explained and showed what it is to be a black person in America at that time. No one waited to deal with multiple Malcolm X’s. I have learned a lot from the autobiography of Malcolm X. When I was younger, I told Malcolm X was a pro-black individual. So, it was surprising to find out that he used to hate his own skin color and even that he left his black girlfriend for a white woman. Clearly, he had…

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  • Malcolm X Influence On Society

    Those messages asked Malcolm to be a Muslim; they said this is the religion of black people, and that was the idea of the Nation of Islam. That was one of thing that took his attention, and made him remembered his prisoner Bimbi, when he was urging him to read and educate. That was the first influence for Malcolm x after the prison took his freedom life that he used to. After these influences, Malcolm X became a Muslim, and a follower of Elijah Muhammad, which is the Nation of Islam’s leader.…

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  • Malcolm X Civil Rights Activist

    Movement, Malcolm X stood up for the African Americans who felt anger, pain, and frustration. Unlike Martin Luther King, who believed that fighting violence with nonviolence, was justified, Malcolm believed the opposite. His most famous quote was, “by any means necessary, ” which meant that he fought against oppression of hatred from whites. Most people would say Malcolm X was a man who was a provident activist, but no, he was a self, defense activist. He stood up for himself and his people by…

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  • Persuasive Essay On Malcolm X's Assassination

    understandment. Instead of showing Malcolm as other showed Malcolm as a man who was having personal issues with his own people. The NYA reveal what they thought was the cause of Malcolm’s death, “It doesn’t matter who pulled the trigger. That trigger was not one man’s. It represented an agency whose operations symbolises a kind of society built upon hate and total disregard from the human soul.” Not only did NYA express their views of Malcolm X and his death nevertheless, they included many…

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  • Personal Narrative: Surveillance

    Over the course of the last 15 years, my body has been taken over by FBI handlers for experimentation ad surveillance. It started just after September 11, 2001, and it has caused immense challenges for me in my own life. I went from running my own business to slapping myself, yelling and being completely unable to work. My business closed down, and I was put into a mental hospital by my father. This was done, I believe, as an attempt to discredit me by diagnosing me as bipolar and schizophrenic.…

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  • The Negative Impacts Of Malcolm X And The Civil Rights Movement

    The African American population’s increasing struggle to earn equal rights in areas such as education, facilities, politics, and employment were extremely prominent during the 1950s and 60s. The use of publicity earned by civil right figures within their given organizations, specifically Martin Luther King Jr. (SCLC), Rosa Parks (NAACP), and Malcolm X with the Nation of Islam (NOI), created palpable tension between whites and blacks. Malcolm X and the NOI brought to the table what others civil…

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  • Criticism Of Malcolm X

    Malcolm X is the very icon of what a victim is because he did overcome the burden of victimization. Malcolm X lived as a victim through most of his life from prejudice, identity loss, and enraged blame only to prepare his mind for acceptance and understanding. “Malcolm X offered the promise. Malcolm’s early and troubled interactions provided comfort. For me, he embodied the notion of an individual made anew through his greater commitment to a broad black collective” ("Legacy of Malcolm X"). In…

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