#11 Malcolm X: Youth (Part 1)
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Join me on a captivating two-part series into the life of the iconic African-American Muslim leader, Malcolm X.
In this first part , I explore the early chapters of Malcolm's extraordinary life, from his challenging childhood to the hustle and bustle of the streets of New York, the transformative journey of self-education that shaped him into a beacon of enlightenment and activism.
Malcolm X, a man often referred to as "the angriest Negro in America," revolutionized how black people viewed themselves and their fight for civil rights. He made an indelible mark by shedding his 'slave master' surname for the symbol "X," protesting the erasure of African Americans' true names during slavery.
Discover the incredible transformation of a man who, despite enduring immense challenges, emerged as a symbol of resilience, enlightenment, and an unwavering pursuit of justice. Tune in to part one of this series and journey back in time to experience the jazzy music and crowded streets of the ghetto as we delve into the early life of Malcolm X.
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Books Malcolm X Read In Prison https://radicalreads.com/malcolm-x-favorite-books/
Report from European Union Agency For Fundemental Rights https://fra.europa.eu/en/news/2023/black-people-eu-face-ever-more-racism
Music by izocobain94 and Alexandra Desplat (Orbituary) Boys Choir of Harlem (Heros), The Ik Spots (Maybe), Will Osborne