Malcolm X

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Malcolm X (Omaha, mayo 19, 1925-New York, febrero 21, 1965). Nacido como Malcolm Little, su nombre oficial completo era El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz. Ha sido descrito como uno de los más influyentes afroamericanos en la historia estadounidense.

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Born On This Day: Legendary Activist and Community Leader El Hajj Malik El-Shabazz (aka Malcolm X)

Born On This Day: Legendary Activist and Community Leader El Hajj Malik El-Shabazz (aka Malcolm X)

by Princess Gabbara via thegrio.com To celebrate what would have been the 93rd birthday of black nationalist and leader ElHajj Malik El-Shabazz – better known as Malcolm X – activists, …

Malcolm X. May 1925 - February born Malcolm Little and also known as El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz.

To be the man who fights for freedom and justice.

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Malcolm X (el-Hajj Malik el-Shabazz) African American Stamps. United States Postal Service, circa 1999

Malcolm X was a brilliant Black American intellectual activist who, in trying to draw Black people together is constantly misquoted as preaching violence. Not quite correct. I've heard the interviews. He was too clever to say anything outrightly stupid. Malcolm X, Black History Facts, Black History Month, Black Leaders, By Any Means Necessary, Black Pride, Down South, Thug Life, African American History

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Malcolm X with his daughters Attallah and Qubilah Love this picture.oh how all our lives would be different if he was Alive especially his daughters! Malcolm X, Black History Facts, Black History Month, New Radicals, Vintage Black Glamour, By Any Means Necessary, Black Families, Black Pride, African Diaspora

Another of Omaha, NE... Malcolm and his two little girls (1963) Malcolm and his two little girls (Qubilah and Attallah) at home in East Elmhurst, Queens. The photographer that took this photo (Robert L Haggins) was a friend of Malcolm's. This was the last photograph he was to take of his friend.

This is from a Boston radio show that Malcolm X participated in. The date of the show is June Malcolm X answers a question from a member of the aud.

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“The revolutionary Malcolm X was born on this day in 1925.”

Black leader Malcolm X with his daughter Ilyasah at Kennedy airport, New York. Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images Malcolm X, Beyonce Halftime Show, Black Love, Black Men, Black Leaders, Civil Rights Leaders, African Tribes, African Diaspora, African Americans

Up-close-and-personal, new books offer invaluable insight into Malcolm X

This year is turning out to be a bountiful period for some upclose-and-personal books about famous human rights activist Malcolm X, who had Grenadian roots and Caribbean influences.

Gordon Parks, Malcolm X at Rally, Chicago, Illinios, Gelatin silver print. 10 x 8 inches. Courtesy of the Gordon Parks Foundation

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Today is the centennial birthday of influential American artist, Gordon Parks. The photographer, musician, writer and filmmaker, known for his striking r...

Malcolm X was fond of saying, "Our history did not begin in chains." Yet every year that's where Black History Month lesson plans in schools across Ameri.

Malcolm X: A Life of Reinvention, By Manning Marable

The global fame and iconic posthumous stature of the man born as Malcolm Little may seem anomalous, even inexplicable. By most measures, his career was neither very successful, important, nor admirable. Murdered by former devotees at the age of just 39, he left no institutional legacy: the political and religious organistions he founded, always small and fragile, withered away