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Malcolm X: Controversial

By Rashaad Bacchus
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Rashaad Bacchus

on 4 June 2013

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By Rashaad Bacchus Malcolm X: Controversial
"Religion, by its very nature, provokes a lot of controversy. Many people look into a situation involving a group and judge it by how violent or loud it is, that doesn’t necessarily mean you can tell if it’s good or bad. Malcolm X is a great example of a controversial topic. He sometimes inspired violence and he also stood for unity. But in the end, the vision of Malcolm X helped change the world for the better."

-Rashaad Bacchus Malcolm's mother, Louise Little, and his father, Earl Little. "When my mother was pregnant with me, she told me later, a party of hooded Klu Klux Klan riders galloped up to our home... Brandishing their shotguns and rifles, they shouted for my father to come out." -Malcolm X Malcolm as a child Big Red AKA Malcolm Little "...Early in life, I had learned that if you want something, you had better make some noise." 1943
-Malcolm moves to New York, specifically Harlem.
- Gets Involved in criminal activities. 1946
-Arrested for Larceny and breaking and entering "Every defeat, every heartbreak, every loss, contains its own seed, its own lesson on how to improve your performance the next time." "8-10 Years.........." Born in Omaha, Nebraska The "Honorable" Elijah Muhammed Malcolm X rallying in Detroit He considered "Little" a slave name and chose the "X" to signify his lost tribal name. (Watch Video March) Intelligence, Articulate, Passionate Bettty Shabazz (Malcolm's wife) 1958 Married 1952- He is released on Parole 1964 on TV (Muslim Mosque INC.) Praying in Saudi Arabia While on his trip.... 1964- Left Nation, Went to Hajj His Death..... Killed (Watch 2nd Video) Ballroom today 1965 LEGACY Amazing drawing by Rufus Royster
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