Malcolm X Essay | Dynamic Duo: Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr.

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Dynamic Duo: Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr.

Summary: Compares and contrasts the views of African American leaders Malcolm X and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr during the Civil Rights movement in the 60s'.
During the African American Civil Rights movement, two names stand out among all other civil leaders. Two great black nationalists rose up to defend their people. These two men defended from white supremacy. Two powerful speakers debated for their people's civil rights on live televisions and at rallies. Two outstanding activists set paths of justice and freedom for all black Americans to flourish. Those two men are religious leaders of their communities. However one is considered non-violent while the other is considered to be violent. These two men are Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr. Although their lives were not the same, no other black civil rights leader can out do what they have done.

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. religious beliefs were quite different from Malcolm X. King is a Christian; he is also recognized as a reverend during...

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