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A man was brought into this world on May 191925 to serve his people and help them open many doors This man started of as a nobody and is now known to the world as being one of Americas greatest Civil Rights leaders Malcolm X Little was the 4th child born to Reverend Earl and Louise Little He also had 3 half siblings His dad believed in self-determination and worked for the unity of black people and tried to teach Malcolm the same way His dad tried to raise Malcolm to be aware of his ethnic background and dignity Violence was always sparked by white people that were trying to stop black people such as Rev Little Malcolms father After he was born his family quite a few times before he they finally settled in Lansing Michigan His father became active in the University of Negro improvements Assoc he also go involved in the Black Baptist Church Throughout Malcolms life he was dedicated to black people I guess you could say that he followed in the footsteps of his father Even though Malcolm his brothers sisters and parents were all shot burned out of their homes harassed and threatened they still fought for their freedom and for what they believed in This culminated in the assassination of his father by the white people When Malcolm was only 6 years of age his father was shot and died Although all this happened to Malcolm throughout his life he still continued to go to school HE graduated 8th grade with good grades just as he thought his father would have wanted him to do At the age of 15 Malcolm dropped out of school and began to learn the ways of the streets He became acquainted with hoodlums thieves dope peddlers and pimps When he was twenty Malcolm was convicted of burglary and he remained in prison till he was 27
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