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Transcript of Malcolm X
Group: Ivan Chua Peck, Teresa Li,
Rahel Vinson, Sam Zhang.
Date: January 14, 2013 Named the minister Nation of Islam (NOI)
Lead the largest civil event rights in the US
Leading spokesman for the Black Muslims
Helped to organize the "opposition" to racism and inequalities
Organizations of Afro-American Unity Achievements Determined
Learner Qualities and Traits Born on May 19, 1925 in Omaha, Nebraska
Mother, Louise Norton Little; homemaker
Father, Earl Little; outspoken Baptist minister, supporter of Black Nationalist leader.
Father died at six, his mother later placed in mental hospital.
Lost interest in school, and dropped out.
spending time in Boston, later traveled to new york and committed crimes.
arrested in 1946, sentenced to 10 years.
continue his studies in prison and paroled after 7 years with the new surname "X." BIO Data, Family Info Malcolm X Official Website, Estate of Malcolm X
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http://www.anarkismo.net/article/15647 Personal Achievements used his time in prison to further his education
began to study the teachings of NOI leader Elijah Muhammad
expanded the NOI
started the organization; Muslim Mosque, Inc.
started the organization; Afro-American Unity (OAAU) Conclusion Malcolm X had a message that all people should hear no matter the color of their skin; unfortunately he was killed for trying to share his message with the world. We all have a much clearer perception of Malcolm X, and what he set out to accomplish with his life as an advocate for the rights of not only the African American people, but also the rights of the entire human race.