Malcolm X
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Malcolm X's triumphs still trump his tragedies - Philadelphia Sunday Sun

Malcolm X's triumphs still trump his tragedies - Philadelphia Sunday Sun | Malcolm X | Scoop.it
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Malcolm X's triumphs still trump his tragedies
Philadelphia Sunday Sun
ABOVE PHOTO: CIVIL RIGHTS LEADER MALCOLM X speaks to reporters in Washington, D.C., in this May 16, 1963 photo.
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Malcolm X (The Black Vote)

A speech I found from 1964 which can eerily be given today and be just as accurate. It's crazy how history repeats itself.
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herman dallis's curator insight, February 4, 2015 8:47 PM

We believe Malcolm x played a huge roll in society as well supporting that black community like Dr. king but taking a different stab at segregation leading in a violent way I think gave people a sense of getting even or getting back at whites for all the things they had done to them over the time this really shaped the way segregation was played out during this time.