Malcolm X: Racial Separatism And Black Nationalism

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Malcolm X reconsidered how many African Americans understood White America as a system of racial oppression which he thought they themselves can solve. Today, Dr. Martin King and Malcolm X as two opposite dogma in terms of today’s history. This misconception, breaches the influences of what each man (King and Malcolm X) had. Although, Martin Luther strongly believed in racial integration and Malcolm X himself believed in racial separatism and Black Nationalism. It is observed that their doctrine were not mutually exclusive for either of them rather opposite. And so to conclude, I will say that these two men contributed greatly on civil rights moments. Although they both have their own beliefs and viewpoints but at the same time, they made
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