Malcolm X Essay | Malcolm X

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Malcolm X

Summary: Essay is an analysis of a quote by Malcolm X.


"I don't believe in any kind of non-violence. I believe that it's right to be non-violent with people who are non-violent. But when you're dealing with an enemy who doesn't know what non-violence is, as far as I'm concerned you're wasting your time." (Malcolm X, 1964)

Malcolm X was not only a political figure and a leader, but also a revolutionary who inspired millions to think independently, exercise their God-given right to basic civil liberties and to fight oppression in all its forms. The journey Malcolm took to instil these ideas into the minds of African-Americans in the mid 20th century and the people today was a difficult and an inspiring one.

Malcolm X formerly known as Malcolm Little was born in Omaha in 1925, his father was a Baptist minister and his mother was a homemaker. During his childhood Malcolm's family like many African-American families were victims of racial...

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