These things appear three times throughout the book. Some of them have spiritual origins, while another is taken from a poem by a black poet.
This place is an infamous section of New York City that has a large concentration of black Americans.
This place is located in New York City and is the scene of much crime, prostitution and drug dealing.
The Nation of Islam.
This is often the subject of careful legal scrutiny and is founded by Elijah Muhammad.
White American Society.
This is made up of the oppressors, who are victims of their own beliefs and fears.
Elijah Muhammad's Home.
This setting takes up the majority of Section two. It is large and furnished.
Elijah Muhammad's Car.
This is depicted as being large and expensive. It is gleaming and glossy.
This place is defined as a place to find...
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