Black Nationalism Malcolm X

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Malcolm X believed that this distinction was important because it made civil rights issues the issues for all of mankind, which meant that it could not be ignored by anybody because it "didn 't involve them".

B) The philosophy of black nationalism signified many things in the 1960s. It could mean anything from pride in one 's community to a belief in total separatism, from creating African American-owned businesses to wearing dashikis in honor of African traditions. Black Nationalism though historically speaking has been the emphasizing the difference between blacks and whites as well as the black people 's power or right to shape their own destiny.

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