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Paperback Malcolm X for Beginners Book

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Malcolm X For Beginners reveals the teacher, the leader, and the revolutionary voice of change that Malcolm X was and continues to be. Powerful narrative and graphics tell the story of Malcom X's... This description may be from another edition of this product.

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Malcom X for beginners

Malcom X by Bernard Aquina Doctor One of Malcom's most vivid sayings was "Look out for the children they are the last hope of America it's to late for us grownups" he said that before he was assinated. The book is a very informative novel about the life of an African American leader. The first part of the book describes the up's and down's of Malcom's life. Nearly killing Malcom's mom, dad, brothers and sisters the Ku Klux KLan set there house on fire. That's just the beginning of Malcom's troubles. Durning the 1920's and somewhat today racism is ignored. There was no use to taking a trial to coart the jury would just say that the white man is not charged in any way. The most suspenseful part of the story was when Malcom X and friend went to jail but the two white girls with them did not go to jail or even get fined. Malcom learns that his past wasn't great and turns it around by joining the Nation of Islam. This book is a very strong(inforing you the truth)because if focuses on the hard times of an African American named Malcom X. Segregation then was very extreme.

Malcom X for beginners

Book Review "Malcom X for Beginners" By: Bernard Aquina Doctor One of Malcom X's most significant quotes was "Look out for the children they are the last hope of America, it's too late for us grownups" he said that before he was assinated. This is a very informative novel about the life of an African American leader. The first part of the book describes the up's and down's of Malcom's life. The Klu Klux Klan nearly killed Malcom's mom, dad, brothers and sisters when they set their house on fire. That's just the beginning of Malcom's troubles. During the 1920's and somewhat today racism is ignored. There was no use for an African American trial to go to court, the jury would protect a white person and find him/her not guilty, any way. The turning point in this novel was when Malcom X and his friend Shorty went to jail. However, there were two white girls involved with Malcolm's and Shorty's criminal acts. These women were never convicted or even fined for there wrong doings. Malcom realized that his past was destructive and turns it around by joining the Nation of Islam which empowered him as a man and as an Africa American. This biography is a very strong (informing you of the truth) because it focuses on the hard times of African Americans and a powerful man, Malcom X. Written by L.J. Folsom

A Real Good Start on Malcolm X's Life

if you haven't read Malcolm X's Autobio with Alex Hailey then this is a Must read to starting out with His work.this Book goes over different details of His Life,upbringing & outlook on the world at the time.a Real Good Book on a Very Important & Influential American Figure that Forever Changed the Way History would be mentioned & go Down.

The Black Prince

This book by Bernard Aquina Doctor gives a nice history of Malcom X, a black leader of the 60's. A leader of the Black Muslims as well as the Black Rights movement alongside (and many times seemingly against) Martin KLuther King Jr. Aquinas lays the ground work by discussing Malcoms childhood, who his father was which would prove to be pivotal later in Malcom's life. Growing up poor and oppressed by the WW2 and the KKK among others, Malcom fought his way to the top and demanded to be heard by all. He was shot and killed at one of his lectures by one of the Black Muslims in 1965. Reccomended for those interested in Malcom X's ideas, as well as those curious about the black movement and some philosophies that went with it.
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