Malcolm X Essay | Malcolm X

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Malcolm X

Summary: Malcolm X's views of the white race as the effect of white actions.
As the conflict over civil rights began to intensify, Malcolm X began work with Alex Haley, a veteran writer and journalist, to discuss his early life and the growth of the Black Muslim movement in America. This dictation served as the epitome of anti-integration sentiment and hatred of the white race.

Born in Lansing, Michigan in May, 1925, Malcolm Little was the result of the evil the white race. Due to Malcolm's mulatto nature, Louise, his mother, instilled in him a sense of strict discipline, contrasted by his father's lenient behavior. His father, the Reverend Earl Little, felt subordinate to Malcolm's whitened pigmentation, and as time progressed, Malcolm became ashamed of this trait. During the various stages in the life of Malcolm X, many different radical views of the white race were manifested through its behavior.

As a child, Malcolm and his family were the victim of numerous racist...

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