Malcolm X: A Brief Summary And Analysis

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Malcolm x, a civil rights activist and community leader, influenced many people with his political view points on race, religion, and equality. Malcolm X was a powerful leader of civil rights who believed the right of freedom is a privilege in our nation. Malcolm X wanted freedom for each race to be free from a mind of segregation. He also wanted separate races to stop the unjust killing and fighting. This led to the assassination of Malcolm X, which was unjust because he lived in a nation where every person did not agree with his opinions. Malcolm X stated “You can 't separate peace from freedom because no one can be at peace unless he has his freedom. Be peaceful, be courteous, obey the law, respect everyone; but if someone puts his hand on you, send…show more content…
Society should have used his wealth of knowledge to gain the understanding of his thoughts process and act out in a positive way. We ignore many great individuals in society because of racial oppression and fear of uncomfortable situations. It is not until these great leaders are gone, that we realize and use some of their greatness. The assassination of Malcolm X was unjust from my point of view because no one should be assassinated for speaking out their thoughts. As was quoted in Malcolm X Biography written in 2014, “There are a lot of people after me… They’re bound to get me.” Malcolm X’s innate ability to foresees his death, it is important that we begin to realize that dialogue and communication can be an important aspect of life to avoid the many tragedies in this society. He was willing to speak the truth and his words could be interpreted like a man who was already dead. His dialogue and communication was key to his growth and development in society. Every society in this world should continue to use his work to maintain unity. Malcolm X’s work should not be degraded because it is not what the opinion that you agree
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