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All God's Children Need Traveling Shoes Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section 5 (pages 128-146) Summary

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Section 5 (pages 128-146) Summary and Analysis

Malcolm X came to Accra, and the Americans gathered in Julian's house to listen to him talk. Malcolm had just finished a pilgrimage to Mecca and was speaking of his time there. Malcolm announced that although he still disliked prejudiced whites in America, he had met some whites he could call his friends on his journeys, and he intended to share with his followers his change in opinion. Malcolm also spoke of his falling out with the followers of Elijah Muhammad and how his new opinions would anger them, but he believed he must always be honest with everyone.

When Malcolm was asked why he had come to Ghana, he explained that he was trying to gather the support of as many governments as possible so that when he went to the General Assembly of the United Nations and presented the...

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