Malcolm X Research Paper

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Malcolm X, born malcolm Little and also known as El-hajj Malik El-Shabazz. He was an American Muslim Minister and human rights activist. He was a courageous advocate for the rights of blacks.
He went prison for larceny, breaking and entering. While in prison he learned about the nation of Islam. After learning about the nation of islam his life took a turn.

Out of his seven siblings he had the lightest skin tone, because his mother was sexually assaulted by white men. Malcolm and his family lived in Omaha, Nebraska until he was a year old. They moved because the KKK burned down their house. One of his brothers recalls his mom yelling “Get up, Get up the house is on fire”. Malcolm's father accused local people of the fire. The police accused …show more content…

Earl always tried to get black people to work with each other, and not cause any violence. Earl little was found dead on tracks of a street car. Police officers said it was an “accident” but people could tell he was pushed into the tracks. Earl little died on september of 1931. Malcolm's brother remembers his mom warning her husband to not go into town because he wouldn’t come back. Eight years later Malcolm’s mom was hospitalized at the State Mental Hospital in Kalamazoo in 1939.

Malcolm and his seven siblings went to different foster homes. Malcolm went to a foster home of a white family. Malcolm started attending West Junior High School. He was the only black student in his class & he was also top of his all white class. He was very a smart young …show more content…

People now teach such whitewashed version of him. Although, yes malcolm’s twisted version of the white race did lead him to be anti-white, but since he changed his views after his trip to Mecca, people should focus on just the good he’s done. Especially since he didn't commit any acts of violence contrary to what his preaching may believe you to think.

Malcolm X never gets into the wall of fame like MLK did.
Malcolm X and Martin Luther king’s messages were different.
Malcolm didn’t “sugarcoat” anything, MLK’s message was admirable, and it did change history.
But police are still killing black/colored males and females for no reason. Young black men were nine times more likely than other americans to be killed by police officers in 2015 according to the findings of a Guardian Study that recorded a final tally of 1,134 deaths at the hands of law enforcement officers this year.

“The black people in this country have been the victims of violence of the hands of the white men's for 400 years, and following the ignorant negro preachers we have thought that it was god light”. Since black people were made slaves, that’s when they started being victims of violence. If they didn’t do their job they would get beat up or

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