In summary, Malcolm-X got assassinated but all of his achievements and goals made a huge impact on the world. In the end, Malcolm-x had a rough early life but that didn 't stop him from achieving his goals and him becoming a big figure for african americans. Malcolm-X was important for being a true activist for african americans and fought for their independence. Malcolm blew the world away with his activism and the legacy he left behind changed the way people
history in the 1950's and 1960's by hitting the society. Ali was a great boxer who was very confident in his boxing game. Ali wanted to make a change in society by trying to get rid of the racial discrimination in America. Ali was also against the war in Vietnam. Ali said “Unless you have a very good reason to kill, war is wrong.” Ali sent messages of hope to the African American community by telling them to have pride.
and Malcolm X both rose in the Civil Rights Movement effecting the United States Martin Luther King emerged as the head of the movement for justice and equality. Malcolm X Became the nations most effective and charismatic leader. Martin Luther King was for non-violent action participating in many marches to raise awareness for social injustice and delivered speeches that are still relevant today the most memorable being his, “I Have a Dream” speech delivered at the Washington Monument in 1963. Malcolm X was for aggressive and violent action Malcolm X wanted blacks to cast off the shackles of racism, “by any means necessary” including violence if needed. In 1964 after coming back from a trip to Mecca he changed his views he believed that anger can blind human vision and peaceful protest was best.
Muhammad Ali was the greatest fighter of his time growing up during segregation in the south only made Muhammad Ali even stronger. During Muhammad Ali’s early life, he faced many hardships. Cassius Clay,etter know Muhammad Ali, was born on January 17, 1942 in Louisville, KY (“Muhammad Ali:The Glory Years”). He grew up going to school at Central High School in Kentucky (“Muhammad Ali:The Glory Years”). He graduate from there in 1958 (“New Muhammad Ali Biography Reveals...”).
Martin Luther King Jr. was an American Baptist minister and activist who became the most influential leader and spokesperson in the civil rights movement. During one of the peaceful protests over the treatment of blacks in Birmingham, Alabama, King was arrested and sent to jail. While he was in jail he received backlash from eight prominent white clergy who men and responded by writing the famous “Letter from Birmingham Jail”. This letter perfectly expresses King’s feelings toward the unjust events and it is also an example of a well written argument. The intended audience for this letter was not just the eight clergy men but also for any whites who believed the black community should stop protesting and let time take over their fate.
He moved to Harlem,where he ran numbers, sold drugs, later caught and sentenced 8-10 years in prison. In prison,Malcolm encountered teaching of Elijah Muhammad and the Nation of Islam. Malcolm was a devoted follower of Muhammad and changed his last name to “X” to symbolize the African American name that he could never know. X adopted and preached this anti-white rhetoric, and people in the 60’s believed he was simply racist. Years later he began to change his ways.
The United States was very prominent with the racism and unjust treatment of African Americans in the 20th century. Because of the law that was corrupt and because of the victimization of African Americans, civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr. gave a speech on August 28, 1963. He gave a speech to thousands of people in order to end segregation, racism, and the unjust treatment of African Americans. Not only did King have a goal to end racism across the nation, but he fought so that there would be equal rights throughout the nation as well. King uses rhetorical features such as repetition, metaphors, allusion, hyperbole, along with both ethos and pathos throughout his speech.
Even the Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Muhammad said that the whole Muslim community are treated with contempt and dishonor by the US with denigrated religion, desecrated holy place and occupied Muslim's land. All Muslims were suffering 'oppression and humiliation' with their religion accused of promoting terrorism . In result that anti-Americanism is not about Arabs’ saying, however it spread to other counties. The emergence of anti-Americanism also appears in response to an anti-Islam video, allegedly produced by a bigoted Coptic Christian living in the United States. The film is about 14 minutes trailer titled Innocence of Muslims, the movie depicts the Prophet Muhammad in what Muslims say is a derogatory manner.
“When your mind is a weapon u are never unarmed” this quote is for one of the greatest and most influential African Americans in history, the one who contributed in the black revolution, breaking stereotypes, fighting racism, refuting discrimination, delivering liberal concepts, inspiring communities, defending human rights, involving in politics juridical humanity religion, this quote is for Malcolm X. Malcolm X or Malik al Shabazz is an African-American writer, speaker and civil rights movement leader. Issued from a low class disfavored race “black” in America Malcolm x had an eternal impact not only on the African American society but on the entire world. In fact, the big irony is in how could a boy from a segregated community contribute
A period of purity and trust soon changed into a period of hate and savagery. People in the America challenged to claim justice and put an end to the discriminatory of black citizens led by Martin Luther King Jr., Protests of the Vietnam War increased, and the women want their equality. All the hopes of becoming the new America no longer exist when John F. Kennedy, the 35th President was gunned down in Dallas, Texas. On the other hand, the 1960’s were an extraordinary decade due to numerous of popular culture; The “Hippies” were born and so does the Maxies dresses, two of the leading names in the music industry, The Rolling Stones and The Beatles, won the audience 's heart by only on the early years of 1960, Audrey Hepburn, a remarkable actress who starred in most of Hollywood’s