Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X

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I know that a lot of people are familiar with the name malcolm little or better known as malcolm x. Not many people know the background on the name malcolm x instead of malcolm little.

Well the background on that is little was inherited from his ancestors when they were slaves. So malcolm ended up changing his last name to x because it really symbolizes his african name el-hajj Malik el-shabazz. Malcolm x was a activist and outspoken public voice of the black muslim faith,and challenged the mainstream of the civil rights movement and the nonviolent pursuit of integration by Martin Luther King jr.

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Malcolm and Martin also urged followers to be able to defend themselves against white aggression like the klu klux klan (kkk) by any means necessary. Malcolm had developed a strong mistrust for the kkk at a young age But anyways you might know at least one when they burned his childhood home down and accused malcolm’s father of burning his own house down.

You might know some things that he is most known or popular for like being a african american leader who was a important key spokesman for the nation of islam epitomized the Black power philosophy.

Somethings people don’t usually know is that malcolm played a role in the civil rights movement. In the early 1960s he became frustrated with all the non-violent, integrated struggle for the civil rights and worried that african americans would ultimately lose control of their own movement.

Malcolm urged followers to defend themself against white discrimination and aggression by any means necessary as the public voice of the black muslim faith. Malcolm learned from the choices he has made in his lifetime in fact they have made his a better person for an example when he was arrested and sentenced ten years in prison in 1946 for larceny for those long ten years he would read constantly from the prisons library in the attempt to make up for the years of missing education from when he dropped out of high school.

When malcolm was in prison in 1950 he wrote a letter to the president Harry Truman in which he had declared himself a communist opposed to the korean war. One day malcolm got bailed out of the prison by one of the members from the nation of islam.

After that time that he spent in prison molded him into a different person and with the influence of his fellow inmates he was lead to live a different life style. And from that one experience in his life it changed everything that he believed in, known, thought about, and everything that he stood for after that making the man that we know today as malcolm x.

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