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Malcolm X Speeches: February 1965

Malcolm X Speeches: February 1965 By Malcolm X Malcolm X Speeches February Gathers speeches Malcolm X made during the last three weeks of his life

  • Title: Malcolm X Speeches: February 1965
  • Author: Malcolm X
  • ISBN: 9780873487498
  • Page: 388
  • Format: Paperback
  • Malcolm X Speeches: February 1965 By Malcolm X Gathers speeches Malcolm X made during the last three weeks of his life.
    Malcolm X Speeches: February 1965 By Malcolm X

    Five Of Malcolm X s Most Iconic Speeches NewsOne Although Malcolm X s speeches were recited years ago, they have remained eerily relevant Topics such as freedom, equality and justice that X addressed during the s and s are still pertinent MALCOLM X SPEECHES MALCOLM X Pierre Berton interviews Malcolm X January , Prospects for Freedom in January , Speech to Civil Rights Workers from Mississippi Jan , Claude Lewis Interviews Malcolm X December, Bernice Bass Interviews Malcolm X December , Malcolm X Introduces Fannie Lou Hamer December , speeches Malcolm X With the Nation of Islam before true Islam Black Man s History The Black Revolution God s Judgement of White America The Chickens Come Home to Roost Famous Speeches of Malcolm X Malcolm X Free Download Aug , Famous Speeches of Malcolm X by Malcolm X Topics Malcolm X, Revolution, Black Nationalism, Black Power, These are some of the most famous speeches of Malcolm X Revolution Stop Singin And Start Swingin Words From the Frontlines.

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    1. Poet Truth on said:

      I found it very inspiring.I understood Malcom X was not like people said he was.This was a man who wanted justice, rights,and peace for his black brothers and sisters.He was not a man who thought killing was always the answer.This man was intellegent, wise and understood the circle we call life.

    2. Younes Rais on said:

      Malcolm x has become from a gangster a Negro who fornicates steals robbing houses An Afro American standing for equality and justice and peace between the two races he was a truly Muslim which is made him a straight man he was a legend and a real man he saved 22 millions black people from enslavement and oppression

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