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He rose from hoodlum, thief, dope peddler, pimp to become the most dynamic leader of the Black Revolution. He said he would be murdered before this book appeared.
"Why should we do the dirtiest jobs for the lowest pay? I'm telling you we do it because we have a rotten system. It's a political and economic system of exploitation, of outright humiliation, degradation, discrimination." -- Malcolm X, June 1964. From one of eleven speeches and interviews tracing the evolution of his views on political alliances, women's rights, intermarriage, capitalism and socialism, and more.
During the three weeks prior to his assassination on February 21, 1965, Malcolm X spoke to audiences in Britain and France and across the U.S. This is the first in a series of books that will collect--in chronological order--the major speeches and writings of this great revolutionary thinker and leader of the 20th century.
Speeches and interviews from the last two years of Malcolm X's life. Six transcripts of hitherto unavailable speeches and interviews revealing the matured thought of Malcolm X during his final years. The interviews and final speeches are artifacts of unusual scholarly significance vital to a true understanding of the mature mind of this remarkable voice of American black protest.
Through this book, Malcolm X explains clearly how knowing the truth about your history is necessary for building a movement to tear down racism and build a better society. The point is that Black people have to become aware of their true accomplishments in the past in order to change the world in the present and future.
Recounts the hidden history of the labor of people of African origin and their achievements.
Contains speeches by Malcolm X during his 1964-65 tour of Africa & Britain. They reflect how his political views were evolving following his break with the Nation of Islam. Most have never before appeared in print.
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