Explanation Of Racial Problems In Malcolm X's Life

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In this autobiography, Malcolm pointed out how American’s racial problems affected his life, family, and friends. His family destroyed by white society, he was separated from his family. He wanted to do his best to improve the racial discrimination during in the school. However, he couldn’t. After he experienced in the black ghettos of Boston and New York. He was arrested and got into prison. During the time in the prison, he accepted the truth of Islam and improve his skills which made him have more complex views of racial problems. Finally, he found new belief after he traveled in the Middle East.
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