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Potential Racial Cohesion In Malcolm X's Letter From Mecca

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Potential Racial Cohesion Letter from Mecca describes the writer, Malcolm X’s, change of belief through his experience of visiting the Holy Land. Despite his experiences being treated disrespectfully, and historical discriminations in America, which had built his “thought patterns previously held, and previous conclusions” (512), he experienced racially unbiased brotherhood when he was in Mecca. “During the past eleven days here in the Muslim world, I have eaten from the same plate, drunk from the same glass, and slept in the same bed” shows the stark difference between his experiences in Mecca and America. From the racial harmony experienced in the Muslim world Malcolm X believed that Islam is the one way to “erases from its society the race
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