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Malcolm X Malcolm X was an inspirational public speaker and leader He was also a distinguished campaigner for racial equality and African American rights Although amongst some people he was considered a nurtured racist Growing up in a world with racism directed at him all the time Malcolm X began to direct his own racism at the white man He decided to change the attitudes of people making them think it was time for things to change There are many reasons why Malcolm had these feeling towards whites One major reason why Malcolm had begun to think the way he did started back when he was just a child His family lived on a farm in Nebraska and was happily living together He grew up around the time that racism was execrable Malcolms father was a kind person that wouldnt hurt anybody He was a man that just wanted to make the life for his family as best as he could He worked many hours to keep food on the table of the home cloth his childrens backs and to keep up with the bills His father had to do all this by himself since the mother had to stay home and look after the kids His father had some conflicts with members of the Klu Klux Klan These men didnt want any colored people living in what they claimed as their town Malcolms father was a strong man and didnt care how they felt He didnt leave his home for any reason at all The men would come to there house at night time and scare them by braking all the windows in the house and telling them to get out These despicable acts didnt seem to phase his father one bit at all The men where starting to get fed up with his strong ways and bravery towards the white man Then one night they decided to scare the family a lot
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